Downeaster Motel

Address: Route 1 , Calais, Maine, 04671, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Route 1 , Calais, is near Chocolate Museum, Estate Little La Grange & Lawaetz Museum, Davis Bay, and North Shore.
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Travel Blogs from Calais

Homeward bound...our last day on the road.

A travel blog entry by minaco on Mar 09, 2014

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We were once again up at 5:30 to get ready for our 7:00 departure. The hotel was very nice as it had been recently renovated. Very comfortable beds and lots of room with a spacious bathroom. Breakfast had been arranged just for our group in a private meeting room. However, they had not prepared properly for a group of 40+ people. There was only one four slice toaster with a single loaf of bread set out nearby. There ...

Day 14: Bangor, ME (Fairfield Inn)

A travel blog entry by dlmitchell71 on Jul 13, 2012

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... several photos. Upon leaving Acadia we made a stop in Ellsworth, Maine to visit the L.L. Bean store that we missed on the way in. We were now ready to continue our trip up the coast. We made it to Calais, ME by late afternoon. At this point we had completed our trip up the east coast. Any further and we would have been in Canada. We will now travel on route 9 to Bangor, ME where we will rest for the night at Fairfield Inn.

On the border in Calais

A travel blog entry by johnturner on Jun 18, 2012

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... at the International Motel ( which was located right on the Saint Croix river. I checked in and got a room on the river side of the motel, then asked for a recommendation on a place to eat. The clerk told I could pick from one of two places, a restaurant right next door or another further along in town.

After unloading and unpacking ...

First Entry

A travel blog entry by donaldc on Feb 19, 2012

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Today Caira helped me set-up this travel blog. When I made a similar trip several years ago (!) I kept a journal. It gave me something to do while I sat in cafes all over Europe, and is now a nice reminder of what happened. This time it will be paperless, and as well as keeping a record for posterity, it gives those who are interested a way to keep tabs on my progress. If I can figure out how to post photos, you may even be able to see where I ...

Back in the USSA

A travel blog entry by aircor on Sep 07, 2010

... pulled the rest of the plugs apart and cleaned and sprayed them, put all back together, and low and behold the motors whirred and the steps retracted. I had deduced that it was an intermittent problem when I started the bus at the cottage and the steps came out but would not retract. This is a major problem now as they will drag, or catch on something, and ultimately really screw things up.

Anyways all is good as we have our final Timmy's, hug and ...