Hampton Inn Saco / Biddeford
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"Ladies and Gentlemen, Delta flight 2032 with nonstop service to Atlanta is now ready for pre-boarding at gate 8. At this time, we would like to invite passengers in need of assistance to step forward to the gate. Welcome on board."
Standing outside gate 8, waiting to board my MD-88 to Atlanta, it suddenly dawned on me what I was getting myself into. Yes, I have been thinking about the upcoming five weeks for a very long time indeed, but it's only just before you jump ...
... s summer home at Walker Point. This property has been in the Bush (Walker) family for years but security was amped up when Bush became president. A separate house was built on the property to accommodate the security personnel. It is on a small peninsula and totally visible from the public coastal road so we could get a good view from the slowly moving bus - no stopping is allowed opposite the property. The return trip to Boston along the highway was a much quicker ride - back by ...
... for lunch, since it was a place I frequented as a young child. Lunch was at Barnacle Billy's in Perkins Cove in Ogunquit. We were able to have a nice corner table overlooking the boats and under the awnings, as it continued to drizzle and rain. Four lobster rolls, 2 tuna rolls and a few drafts hit the spot and showed the kids a real New England tradition for lunch. Leaving Ogunquit, there was ...
... up here (Gritty’s) later at night the same day as we had literally shopped til we dropped and also until most of the restaurants were closed. Take note that most of them close in Freeport by 9pm. Therefore, Gritty’s it was for chips (they make their own chips not fries) and Karl had the meatloaf.All meals were enjoyed so we recommend Gritty’s for a bite and especially for their in-house brewed beer!!Coincidently, both days we ...
... from the norm of 65 mph because of a heat restriction in New Hampshire, needless to say we arrived late in Saco. Coming back from Boston we decided on another easy meal so, since the train had wifi, we checked out pizza joints in the area. Saco Pizza is just down the road on 163 Main Street from the train station (take a left if you are leaving the station and you will find it on the right side). The pizza is good (3.5/5) and the service is ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services