Knights Inn Ellsworth/Bar Harbor
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... arm and said "here's another" and when I looked there were 5 of us in a row all wearing navy sherpas.
I went on a cliff walk and then walked back to hotel. My hip and knee are not allowing me to go far or very fast.
This evening John and I went into town on the shuttle and had dinner in an old style diner.
Two alarms set for tomorrow as cases have to be out at ...
... Finally arrive at Bar Harbour about 6 pm.
Our dinner tonight was lobster. What a carry on. We had to have bibs on and were given a demonstration of how to break it up. I got in a right mess and had very little meat. Hated using my fingers. I demolished the dessert at double quick time - it was blueberry pie and was absolutely packed with them.
Early night as its been a long ...
... business class lounge to which we would like to become accustomed complimentary tea coffee biscuits soft drinks etc. Comfortable seating, wifi etc.
Our arrival in the US was painless enough but slowed down by a Japan airlines flight . Picked up the Buick at Thrifty and after a U turn though the air port we made out way north .
Lunch at Charlie's joint with our fist meal of Maine lobster , actually a lobster roll and chips for 16.00 ...
... the two hotels, suggests one over the other and lets us loose on Canada at 2 am. Finally arriving at the Winsome Inn, we meet a female Bob Newhart who gives us a room to use for the next few hours. I am tempted to ask her if she rents the rooms hourly, but think I have gotten myself into enough trouble for one evening and pay the exorbitant amount. Two thirty and we are blessedly in bed. I am sure we will look back at this moment someday and laugh, but it won't be today.
... Those two made quite the characters and led a bit of a dramatic life, judging by the visiting friends that they were always willing to help out - even if they ended up with a punctured tire for it. Everyone knew them! Unfortunately, most of their visiting friends also smoked, so between the smoke, whatever was in the air from such an old house, and the looooong project time, a few of us were quite eager to exit the premises! A skill building, yet educational experience, if you ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed