Knights Inn Ellsworth/Bar Harbor
Travel Blogs from Hancock
... cut through Maine instead of returning down the same uninteresting highways through New Brunswick and Quebec. This worked out well as our route took us away from the interstate, down country roads and gave us a glimpse into life in this little known state.
Tonight we're staying at a HoJo on the outskirts of Bangor before heading further west tomorrow. As of right now the next destination is still up in the air.
... answered correct, problem was the only date they had tickets for was the 10th December. Gutted! I'll be flying home. But good luck to the rest, I'm sure there enjoy it. Supposed to be a good little show.
Arriving at Stephen Kings house it looked creepy, it was really old, but massive, he had bats and gargoyles on his iron gates, the weirdest thing was though was a black cat tipped up and started rubbing around our legs. Not a clue where it came from. Creeped me ...
... day, we headed off to poet Robert Frost's Farm in Derry, New Hampshire. On the way, we wanted to stop for some espresso, and one thing I learned about New England is that their idea of coffee is the kind of flavored **** coffee you buy in gas stations. Ugh. After some searching, we found a 'coffee shop', but still no espresso, though they did offer coffee by the BUCKET. After taking a photo of their menu for Facebook, I did order a bucket of coffee. It ...
... we climbed down onto the rocks and gave it a shot anyways.
We also made a stop at the natural seawall which is basically a pebble beach that separates a lake from the ocean with the road running right over the top of it. The girls wanted to have a fire, but unfortunately for us I picked up some wet firewood that wouldn’t burn too well so that was a bit of a disaster. I spent 2 hours trying to make that work and we ended up just roasting ...
... I mean! Though, one day, a volunteer (friend of the family) found out we hadn’t tried Maine’s lobster yet and promptly walked off site to buy us lobster rolls! Yep, I tried seafood! Not bad, but not my favorite either.
Wednesday the 4th, as the Cosmo Club was hosting a club meeting and we needed to exit the building over supper, one alum that I had gotten in contact with invited us over for a delicious dinner. She had been in NCCC with class 16 at ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed