Knights Inn Ellsworth/Bar Harbor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... watch the movie and study the park literature. Maura reserved two spots on a ranger led boat excursion to Islesford island for the next day. We also picked up Carriage Road information and maps.
The intermittent rain and soupy fog hung around through the second night and greeted us early the next morning. We gulped down cold oatmeal and drove to ...
Happy August!!! Last night Mark and I went to a happy hour with Mark's coworkers. It was so fun to put a face to the name with everyone he talks about at night and I enjoyed their love of the outdoors! We were getting the hard sell from the CEO to stay forever by convincing me that I would love snowmobiling in the winter and we made plans to go rafting with another couple in a few weeks. While I couldn't see us living here in January, I definitely ...
... hours at the beach and lunch, we went to Thunder Hole which was cool, but very loud. After Thunder Hole, we went to Cadillac Mountain... what an experience! It was beautifully foggy, but also extremely windy - WHOA!!
Taylor - Today we went to the beach,Thunder Hole, and Cadillac Mountain, which made the day so fun. The only down side about today was sleeping in the rain!
... raining enough that I could get a picture of Paul Bunyan. Dinner was at Sea Dog Brewery. The food was above average and the atmosphere wonderful. Mary's Version: Well, it was raining in Bangor, most of the time we were there. What to see? The Thomas A. Hill House and Civil War Museum was on the Trip Advisor App that Greg had downloaded on his phone. We had trouble finding it, the GPS led us to the vicinity, and, there was a little sign on the ...
After another beautiful sunrise and breaking down camp in sauna like conditions, we headed to Acadia National Park. Acadia was the first national park east of the Mississippi and probably still one of the most diverse. Between the pine forests, the coastal mountains and the rocky seashore, there is something there for everyone. Had it not been the 4th of July weekend, and every lodging option within miles sold out, we would have liked to have stayed longer.