Clarion Carriage House Inn
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Travel Blogs from Holden
... setting up it was more like $100 when we stopped. Also, we're
free additional security late at night. So, it's worth keeping their
practically empty carpark available to RV people to fill late at
night when nobody is using them anyway. That's why almost ¼ of our
nights have been spent in a Walmart carpark. All they need is to
install paid showers and laundries and we'd not need to stay at a
camping ground at all!
... the Jesup Memorial Library. We charged up the laptop and checked out the "Saving Mr. Banks" DVD for our first movie night a la camping. Picked up Subway carry-out and headed back to Blackwoods. I quickly cooked oatmeal for tomorrow morning's bfast, as Maura wrestled with her ethical dilemma. She was about to break her own strict moral camping code; i.e.: watch ...
... draf t-haus-bangor) for a specialty beer before walking home.
Friday was another low-key day. Jess and I found out that we had a friend who, unbeknownst to us, was in Acadia and would be passing through Bangor this morning. We met her and her friend at Bagel Central (my first time visiting, their bagels rival the best NYC bagel and their sandwiches aren't lacking either. Plus, it's also the cheapest lunch option in town. ...
... time by driving around the town and getting our bearings. We went to the LL Bean outlet and got Mark and a new pair of hiking boots, learned where the PetCo, grocery store, local organic grocery store and nearest hiking trail called "City Forest" were and felt extremely relieved that there were indeed 2 mexican restaurants, a Chili's and a BW3s. We can survive here!!
3 pm rolled around and we pulled into our driveway to find ...
... perfectly; the flights were both on time, even the baby that was in my same row on the plane slept most of the time. It was another of those very good days where nothing can go wrong; it was a perfect travel day (except for the Indian man sitting next to me on the first flight; he kept trying to turn off the movies I was watching).
So I am home. Mountains of mail and piles of laundry to face, overdue ...