Black Bear Inn and Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and sights to see. What was just supposed to be a happy hour ended up being a 3 hour successful date!
Today is Mark's last day working on the children's unit at Acadia (he agreed to stay on Monday to help out on the Adult unit) so he was up extra early and excited. We went to Gosselin's to get a celebratory doughnut and he was at work by 7:45am. Meaning, I am just sitting here on the couch awake super early. I am trying to organize our ...
... beautiful pop of color just knocks your socks off.
After about an hour of driving we arrived at the road to the park in Ellsworth, ME. We drove along the road toward the island and stopped at an information center to get an idea of where we needed to go to be efficient with our time to maximize every minute in this lovely place. All along the road there are lobster restaurants. Most of them have the word lobster and pound in the ...
... raining enough that I could get a picture of Paul Bunyan. Dinner was at Sea Dog Brewery. The food was above average and the atmosphere wonderful. Mary's Version: Well, it was raining in Bangor, most of the time we were there. What to see? The Thomas A. Hill House and Civil War Museum was on the Trip Advisor App that Greg had downloaded on his phone. We had trouble finding it, the GPS led us to the vicinity, and, there was a little sign on the ...
Drove the three hours from Portsmouth to Orono, ME so see Ben at college. The University of Maine. It's so good to see him. We had lunch on campus and went to the bookstore to get college gear. We also walked and drove around Orono, that was a very short trip. Went to the performing Arts center on campus and visited the ...
... We even saw some sort of huge web on a lot of the trees which made it more like a scene from one of Stephen King's books. Lots of bugs hitting our wind shield along this route, and we even passed a few wild turkeys. Saw lots of bikes as we approached Bangor, but no one had helmets as Maine is one of those states with "no helmet laws'. Great day all around. Traveled about 600 km today. Hope to make it to Lincoln, New Hampshire ...