Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Had to pay $6 each to get into the United States. Not sure if this was official or a bribe. We had already paid $15 for our Visa Waver for USA. We had eaten as much of our food as possible, as we had been warned that taking some food stuffs across the border could be an issue, but the guard didn't mention it. Drove across Maine (most north eastern state). Looking everywhere for a spot to have ...
... to pull in. I mostly try to avoid the game area just because it's hard for me to say no, and the money adds up real quick.
Food is my favorite thing at the fair. Gives everyone an excuse to eat bad. They sell all sorts of different kinds of foods like italian sausage, hamburgers and hot dogs, there is even a thai food stand and some small restaurant areas where you can get pulled pork sandwiches or turkey dinners. The most popular sellers at the fair ...
... village. It was magical, sweet and it was typical of my Aunty and uncle. There wedding wings were made out of native Koa wood. The reception was really fun. The groom and the mums dance was super fun it was awesome to see my nana do the twist. Then was fun to get out onto the dance floor and breakout some moves and dance with my ...
... on the list, so that's as good as winning, right??
We returned to Portland and a much-anticipated at Fore Street Restaurant. What a treat! "Locally sourced and crafted with love" is their slogan and they delivered! Named as one of the top 50 restaurants in the US by Gourmet magazine, Fore Street offers an urban rustic atmosphere.
We were seated with a prime view of the open kitchen and cold food locker, where fresh greens for salads and sides ...
It was a mile or so off the track, but it was a real, little market. They started their harvest on the weekend (this is Monday, and the harvest continues) to have a few to sell to the tourists. They do use equipment to harvest them, but we got to watch the sorting and packing them. They had fresh ones, pies, little pastries, and lots of jams and jellies. We got some for the road (I didn't know that I ...