Clarion Carriage House Inn

Address: Us Highway 1-A, Bar Harbor Road, Holden, Maine, 04429, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Us Highway 1-A, Bar Harbor Road, Holden, is near Allagash Wilderness Waterway.
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Travel Blogs from Holden

An apple a day...

A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Sep 14, 2014

11 photos

... we were in the wrong line and needed to go to the window with no wait. Nice. We ordered ice cream (blueberries and cream with peanut butter cups, duh, and something Mark liked..) and bought tickets to the corn maze called "loco locomotive". Each year this family plants their corn in a giant maze pattern ranging from animals to machinery; they're extremely impressive! We used the advanced card (which didn't tell us where ...

Bestie Lobstah Fest 2014

A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Aug 19, 2014

14 photos

... that moment, our boat just dropped. Think: cartoon where animal runs off a cliff, looks down and realizes what he's done and then just falls. That was us. We were then fully submerged by a wave and by some grace of God, re-emerged with all our passengers! We made it unscathed, but a group behind us lost all but two of the riders and our boat became the new owners of two pairs of crocs, a paddle and a man. (if we figure out how to copy the video, I'll post it, their dump ...

A week of fun and adventure

A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Jul 21, 2014

5 comments, 16 photos

... and mansions. One area of the island has a number of homes with grand names, that can be toured for a fee, including that of Doris Duke, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller, all hidden, as one might expect, behind stone walls and steel gates, some with gilded decorations, paid for with great fortunes made in tobacco, railroads, steel and oil. It is said that when fortunes were made, homes were built for ...


A travel blog entry by laura421 on Mar 19, 2014


... mostly distant) friends, and the renewed desire to see where I want to travel next. But for now I am looking at my home with new eyes, wondering just why I need all this stuff, and how I can downsize so easily into living out of one piece of luggage and a backpack for months at a time. It is a mystery, but one I have become very well able to do.

Where should I go next? I've met my goal of reaching all ...


A travel blog entry by janiebob on Oct 06, 2013

1 comment, 33 photos

Today Sunday Oct. 6th we hiked through the woods at our campground, The Red Barn. We saw signs posting Moose trail-----Beware of Black Bear-----Beaver Trail----Fox Trail and the like. We had to get out and explore more of Maine's fall color. I love where our RV is camped. We are framed by the colorful leaves, in our corner of the campground in New England. Leon and I have enjoyed the pine ...