Comfort Inn Civic Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Heading to Maine I (Rachael) was looking forward to seeing my friend Meg who I hadn't seen for years. After an autumnus scenic drive we arrived at Kents Hill, a small village which is centred around the very prestigious High School where Meg works. After leaching on the local bar's wifi to get in touch with Meg (not even getting out of the truck!) we headed to the school staff accommodation to meet her and Kent (her dog who ...
... looking at all the vendors stuff. There was some great artists and craftsmen at this festival. We were shocked to see you could purchase a gallon of Maple syrup for $50.00. But how would we get it home?Then we were on our way to our next stop which was Stowe, VT. The colors were amazing. We never make fast progress cuz we have to stop so much. The reason for this particular stop was so we could go to Waterbury the next morning for a tour of the Ben & Jerry's ice cream ...
... old school looking payphones!) and we were told that a tow truck would come and get us and bring us to the nearest auto shop in Maine. We were told 45 minutes til the tow truck would come.
We went over to the US border and spoke with the border patrol officers and they helped us get the car over onto the US side. Ben and a US patrol officer pushed the car while I got to steer (I got the EASY job!YES!!!).
And this is how Ben and I made our grand entrance ...
... up with a week of cycling in Tuscany . . . Traveling with us this year are
John and Laurie - our trusty biking companions - traveled together for the past six years
Avi - met Avi in Portugal on a Ciclismo trip and traveled with him again last year in Piedmont
Colette and Tom - met them in Portugal as well ...
... of 200 different species. Also in the display was the Lucky Chair, a chair made deer antlers and hide, which is still on display in the museum today. In 1910 to 1911 the State House expanded and a new space was provided for the museum. The mineral collection that had been on loan to Colby College came back to be exhibited. At this time the museum also began to display other historical artifacts. Sadly, in 1945 the museum operations were halted due to ...