Kimball Terrace Inn

10 Huntington Road, Northeast Harbor, Maine, 04662-1030, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 10 Huntington Road, Northeast Harbor, is near Shore Path, Asticou Azalea Garden, Asticou Terraces / Thuya Garden, and Thuya Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Northeast Harbor

Maine: Lobster, Lighthouses and Government Letdown

A travel blog entry by scott.ptolemy on Oct 07, 2013

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... us with local honey. And just to settle my final observation we learned that Kobra the Kat had been adopted on their travels and had become their fearless guard-cat. We were sad to leave, but took with us a renewed sense of encouragement that we were not alone on our wanderings.

With not much time left in the day we decided to make it a short day and set up camp early. Luck seemed to be on our side. For the first time on our trip we had ...

Mount Desert Island, Maine

A travel blog entry by knightc on Jul 07, 2013

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... and they explained to us that right now the lobsters are molting and so until their shells harden again they are sold as "soft shelled". The one guy described them as just being soft lumps. Doesn't sound very appetizing... I had always believed that soft shelled crab/lobsters were actually a different breed ...

Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor, Maine

A travel blog entry by jonparker on Jun 02, 2013

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After a good night in Portland, we hit the road for Mt Desert Island and Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor. We love visiting national parks because they tend to be outstanding examples of the what nature can do when left alone and protected. Acadia was no exception. We got our park map and started our trek along the Loop Road, looking for areas where we could get out, walk and hike and of course take pictures. On top of Cadillac Mountain (1530 ft) it ...

We Arrived

A travel blog entry by gailj on Oct 04, 2012

... Yes, yes, I was shopping! I immediately headed for the raincoats. Found something I liked, except the sleeves were WAY too short. I had a good laugh when the lady across the rack was smiling and explained that I was in the Petite section! I really couldn't see the sign, right in front of my face. Once I found the regular section, there was too much to choose from. I was unusually sucessful ...

4:30am...for FUN?? YES!

A travel blog entry by kateri.gruber on Apr 14, 2012

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... with a competitive game of wiffle ball in our driveway. It was a miracle nobody got injured!

We also began a demolition/weatherization project at a very… interesting site that week. Let me tell you a story…
The worksite was originally designated for a “simple” weatherization project – foaming, caulking, etc. - when it was discovered that the kitchen had very little insulation in the ceiling, and zero insulation under the floor. ...