Cromwell Harbor Motel
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... stores in town! We also had a relaxing dinner one night over looking the harbour.
As we drove into Bar Harbour lobster shacks started to appear frequently along the road side where they boil the lobster in vats fired by wood. They are usually a business attached to the owners homes & only open 4 to 7pm for super time! Others would have picnic tables outside for you to eat right away!! We stopped at one to pick ...
... rescue. Wasn't really sure that was a smart move, but it worked out:)) We we so happy to make it to our destination Bubble Pond, I almost kissed the ground. We can see why people are getting hurt on a daily basis, someone was air lifted off the mountain today, the hiking trails are not for whimps!!
Saw the plane on the way home!! Pretty cool B17!!
We were happy to get to our camper and having a beer is in the near future!!
... business class lounge to which we would like to become accustomed complimentary tea coffee biscuits soft drinks etc. Comfortable seating, wifi etc.
Our arrival in the US was painless enough but slowed down by a Japan airlines flight . Picked up the Buick at Thrifty and after a U turn though the air port we made out way north .
Lunch at Charlie's joint with our fist meal of Maine lobster , actually a lobster roll and chips for 16.00 ...
My first full day on Mount Desert Island and it's rainy and foggy. The waitress at breakfast said it would not clear up and there is not much to do when it is raining. Well, can’t sit inside all day on vacation so I loaded my camera bag up, got in the car and headed for Acadia National Park. The park was the first national park east of the Mississippi and mostly all the land was donated by private citizens. ...
We had an 8:30 leaving time the next morning. Most departure times were between 8-8:30 am, and breakfast varied as starting between 6:45-7:30am. I rarely got down before most others were already there! It was pretty intense in that sense. I usually like to sleep in at least once a week, but that wasn't going to happen on this tour, at least by design! The journey this day was to take us to the nearby town of St Stephens, known as Canada's chocolate town. The Ganong ...