Knights Inn Ellsworth/Bar Harbor
Travel Blogs from Hancock
... a final wine tasting and short hike around an orchard/vineyard. .
Friday afternoon came all too quickly and it was time to sort out travel bags, re-locate those cold weather togs for quick access , say my sincere thanks and get to the airport.
It will take me awhile to reflect on and to process all of my New Zealand Adventures but I am back home now sorting through bills, laundry and slowly getting my ...
... world, though unfortunately is not anywhere closer to global peace and prosperity, has expanded in its ability to navigate. Though it has only been four years, the technology, the ability to communicate and our moment to moment ability to learn data and statistics has grown in light years. This adventure is about taking advantage of these changes, embracing them and traveling to a country I have always wanted to experience. New Zealand , I am my way. ...
... even imagining it! So I pull off in this parking lot and give in the the exhaustion. After 15 minutes of Meg attempting to see into glowing eyes in the woods while I slept, we hit the road again.
The longest 30 minutes of my life later we arrive at the border. I drive past the border crossing, adamant that I do not want to face any border patrol officer questions at 1 am while blurry eyed (and realizing I forgot to get a letter from Mike allowing me to ...
... lovely tea under the trees in our campsite. (We were to learn that 3 or more cruise ships dump 6,000 or more people on Bar Harbor at a time and the popular land excursions fill up very quickly.)
This was “Astronomy Week” at Acadia, so at dark we headed over to Blackwood’s amphitheater to listen to a presentation on “Thoreau and Astronomy” which featured his journals on astronomy. Nice touch to end a "thoroughly" (couldn't resist) great ...
... turning in our golf clubs the girl at the desk spun a wheel that had the numbers 1 through 18 on them. If the wheel lands on a hole that someone on your team scored a hole in one on you win a free game. On the first spin we got whole 17 which none of us scored a hole in one on, but the girl spun the wheel again and it landed on hole 9. Luckily Sharon got a hole in one on hole 9 so she won a token for a free game. Because they are leaving tomorrow morning Sharon ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed