Courtyard by Marriott Bangor
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s clothes were still on the bed. I made some runs to Goodwill to drop off our clothes, picked up boxes to ship and picked up Mark for our last lunch at Giacomo's. It was bittersweet and I will dearly miss the Roasted Red Peppper Gouda soup special. When Mark finished work that evening, we decided to have one last dinner at McLaughlin's, but sadly, they had started their winter hours and were no longer open. Driving back into ...
... 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 ...
... 1089;е 84; не таким, каким я знал его раньш 77; – навер 85;о, я сам винов 72;т, что в этот раз (хоть ...
... 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 ...