Fairfield Inn Bar Harbor
Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor
After a good night's rest and a hearty breakfast of pancakes and sausages, we headed to Bahaba (Bar Harbor). This is a very touristy, crowded town, especially since it was close to the 4th of July. Deborah had never had a lobster roll, well we went to this place called Cafe This Way and each had a lobster roll, at US$20 a shot, at these prices, we should have went the "other way". Can you say tourist trap!! We however, did have the best meal of our entire trip at an Italian restaurant ...
... but that’s your only option; you can’t order just lobster claws or tails around here. It’s the whole lobster or nothing at all! Blake and I sat outside on the deck with some local brews (LOTS of local craft brewers in Maine) and ordered the lobster dinners. It was a little scary trying to crack into this sea creature with its eyes looking up at me! Those of you who know me best know that I rarely eat any kind of animals, so this was quite the adventure. But ...
... area would be better for that. The sandbar itself is quite wide and you end up with a lot of area to yourself. The guy at the information booth said there were some hiking trails on the island, but I did not make it all the way there to check them out. I wanted to walk on the shore path while it was still nice out. This is a one mile gravel path that begins just off the pier by a restaurant called the Reading Room. ...
... for people of all ages to do from swimming, canoeing, they have local shops, local restaurants and pubs, We finally arrived in Bar Harbor, when we arrived, we went inside the spacious and luxurious log cabin that was settled in beautiful rustic Bar Harbor !!!! We got ready and had a hot pipping Thai dinner at one of the local places. We came home and turned in for the night! It had been quite a day if I say so ...
... bad. Will: hiking is so much fun in Acadia. When you get to the top it is the best view in the whole wide world. The sunset at Cadillac mountain could be the best view in the whole world. Sam: I made a friend named jasper. I like to catch ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Fairfield Inn Bar Harbor
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