Cromwell Harbor Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the passports, took them into the terminal to stamp / process them, and then gave them back to Brendan through the front window... we could've had anyone in the van. Obviously far more trusting in Canada ;)
We couldn't check into the hotel until around 3pm, so we went straight to the National Park for a hike. Aside from the cities, we have noticed that it is possibly the busiest place ...
... at the top of Rodick Street. The service was great; the food was fantabulous! For an appetizer we shared the crab-stuffed mushrooms, sooo delicious. For our entree, I had the Spinach and Crab Stuffed Pasta…the most delicious I have ever tasted… and although Karl gobbled up the Fig and Gorganzola stuffed pasta, he did share a small bit with me. WOW! A bit pricey as are all the restaurants in Bar Harbor but this one is well worth it. Highly recommended – 5/5!
... and trails. Some of these include Precipice Trail, Bubble Mountain, Bee Hive, Gorham Mountain, and of course Cadillac Mountain. Whatever your level of expertise, Mount Desert Island has a climb for you.
Another fun and exciting adventure is to drive to the top of Cadillac Mountain, the tallest mountain on Mount Desert Island at 1,530 feet (acadia.ws/cadillac-mountain.htm). Even though in November, the leaves had ...
... in the style of a traditional English B&B. Possibly down to our hostess Jayne being an ex-pat from Yorkshire. Our room ‘Treefalls’ is on the third floor. I hide in the bathroom whilst Mr Fletche and host Steve lug two suitcases and various pieces of luggage up three flights of stairs…
Quick freshen up and we’re out on the town. Steven has recommended a restaurant; however they are ...
... National Park (47,000 acres). 10,000 island population that swells to 2.5 million with visitors to the famous park. In 1947 a fire devastated the park and also burnt many large houses in the township (1/3 of the island burnt) and many of these were not rebuilt, being replaced with accommodation units. It is very evident in the park where they managed to ...