Eagle's Lodge Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Ellsworth
... Grill and Oyster Bar, literally at the end of Main Street as it runs into the harbor. While the dreary weather persisted, we still enjoyed the view and defintely enjoyed the food...Maine lobster with a cup of clam chowder and fresh cornbread topped off with blueberry pie! The lobster was outstanding and the pie was just as great, made from what's referred to here as ...
... answered correct, problem was the only date they had tickets for was the 10th December. Gutted! I'll be flying home. But good luck to the rest, I'm sure there enjoy it. Supposed to be a good little show.
Arriving at Stephen Kings house it looked creepy, it was really old, but massive, he had bats and gargoyles on his iron gates, the weirdest thing was though was a black cat tipped up and started rubbing around our legs. Not a clue where it came from. Creeped me ...
... Then we went round to Hadlock Pond where we had a walk to the massive water falls there. Well, the park ranger said that there was a waterfall but didn't say how big it was and to be honest I've seen more water coming from a tap. When we got back to the van we had lunch and then headed off to Cadillac Mountain where we had some spectacular views of the sea and the rest of the park. As time was getting on, we headed back to town stopping at the Visitor ...
... longest distance. We decided that we would try it out. It was definitely strenuous, but also gorgeous. We started at 400 feet at the base of the trail and climbed the rest of the way to the 1530 feet. We all really enjoyed the hike and were pretty exhausted by the time we got to the top.
When we got to the top we walked around the top of the mountain to take in all the gorgeous views. Then we sat down at a picnic table to eat our lunches we packed. ...
... I was more impressed that it was in great condition and is still in use.Continuing on the stretch of State Street nearest City Hall there is the historic First Congregational Church. One of the most photographed churches in all of Maine this amazing spot was built in 1847 with the church ...