Knights Inn Ellsworth/Bar Harbor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... embracing long walks around town (as you'll see from my recent Fitbit scores!) taking in the crisp fall air and the beautiful views of leaves changing colors. Unfortunately, with fall comes the inevitable: pumpkin flavored everything and no more refreshing trips to Gifford's for ice cream. So, on the last day that reached 75 (as all temperatures are now in the 60s) Mark and I drove to Gifford's to enjoy one ...
... On our last evening together we reminisced about our last 16 days together: from the picturesque drives along the north shore of the St. Laurent seaway and the Gaspe peninsula, to seeing the beautiful white beluga whales, to watching the seals at Forillon watching us, to the interesting people we met along the way (the owner/artist at the Godbout Inuit museum, Paul-Andre at Monts Pierre, fisherman in Saint Godefroi, and ...
... happy hour, the owners of the RV park invited all of us to watch them put the bean pots in the pit of coals for the next day’s dinner we are having. The meal is centered on a Maine traditional meal - “Bean Hole Beans”. The process involves digging a pit, starting a wood fire to get a bunch of coals, shoveling the coals out of the pit, sitting the cast iron pots full of beans in the pit and shoveling the coals back into the pit and over ...
... 6th December 2013
Stephen King wrote numerous books and a lot of films about the story's he writes were based here although in his books he calls Derry. Derry is a fictional town but is really Bangor where Stephen King grew up and now currently lives.
I wanted to visit here since I have been reading his books since I was about 10 and always wondered what the place would look like. Bangor is a little fishing town and is a little grim, it was exactly how I ...
... around Bar Harbor a very small but pretty town. Bought an ice cream the size of my head for lunch and looked into a yoga studio and decided to go to a1.5 hr class that afternoon. It was very competitive. I'm sure they didn't think it was but I imagine they spent hours at home getting a pose 'just so'. But it was enjoyable and nothing more than I'd done before, just a bit more 'designery'. Back for cheese and wine tea with the added ...