Courtyard by Marriott Bangor
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... for an afternoon or so, but that is enough of a meditative workout to encourage blissful feelings of well-being, as well as good sleeping at night. We also skiied on trails at the City Forest, and love to take a day skiing on Mt. Desert Island on the groomed trails in Acadia National Park (our home for hiking during the summer months), seeing Frenchmen Bay in the distance as we ski around Paradise Hill and Witch Hole Pond, or zigging and zagging ...
... was fill up our gas tank at a whopping 95cents a liter! They do things in Gallons here so we are still trying to figure out the equivalences of everything but we know one thing’s for sure that it’s cheap! We drove straight to Bangor, Maine, the home of Mr Stephen King, avoiding the highways and enjoying the old houses and color changing trees as we went. When we got there ...
... 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 ...
... the Yelp photos do NOT do it justice. After everyone had devoured their slice of cake, Mark opened cards from his grandmothers and his parents as well as a few packages (a new pair of dress shoes and some bow ties). When all was said and done, it was time for Mark's parents to leave and for us to go to bed. Sadly, the birthday boy still had to go to work in the morning. We said our goodbyes and exchanged hugs ...
... couldn't take any time off of work, but he joined us when he could.
Jess and I started the day off with a casual 3 mile run to burn off the inevitable weekend calories. In the evening, we took them to Sea Dogs for some lobster rolls, trivia and tshirts and then in a late night decision decided to hit up Hollywood Casino. Mark and I had never been, so why not check it out? Sadly though, I was the only one who came out ahead (up $19!) so I paid for the cab ...