Knights Inn Ellsworth/Bar Harbor
Travel Blogs from Hancock
... North on US.1 along the Coastal route, and crossed the border at St. Stephen, NB. A very friendly border official provided a hassle free experience for our seamless entry back into Canada. Yahoo!! Eh! Our plans to stay in St. George for only one night got changed by Hurricane Arthur, we decided that caution was the order of the day, so we decided to stay another night, albeit with no electricity. We also upgraded to a beautiful room with a jacuzzi, ahhhhh!!! and the rest as they say.... ...
... has the worst parking ever, travelled to the Red Sox Baseball ground called Fenway park, they recently won the world series so I was delighted to finally track down after 75 days on the road the FOAM FINGER!!! It was something I was determined to get since I arrived and what better to get one from the World Series champions. Get in!
After a few snaps at the ground we tracked down a bar called cheers. It was the bar from the old TV series cheers which had Ted Danson ...
... you can buy beer and guns. Well long guns at any rate. No ar's and no handguns. Just the ammunition to go with them. Prices there are still far less than Canada but I do think its cheeper to eat at mcd's, not going to try it. With a cooked chicken and taters in hand it was off home to attempt to make the park wifi work for us, and enjoy movie night in the rain its a double bill Rowan Atkinson night. Check back for pictures if we get the wifi working. ...
... National Park in low season is the best time to visit the area. Most of the roadways within the park are one way. It is probably not the most enjoyable experience driving on these roads with heavy traffic and lots of tourists. This is one advantage to travelling in off season – we have most places to ourselves.
We couldn’t leave Maine without sampling one seafood item that this area is known for. Jeff and I both had lobster. ...
... technology. Back to our home away from home we face the task of three people packing in that little cabin, so George volunteers to get us some liquid refreshment, it’s our warmest day out of 34, as Maggie and I tackle this issue. M opts for the stuff it all in the suitcase tactic while I still roll and fold. Dinner tonight, fresh lobster, good conversation, hugs all around, farewell at Club HAL, Unexpected Boys last show, a good night’s sleep before the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed