Milford Motel On The River
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- Refrigerator in room
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... 1098;еха 83; в Maine – „Life as it should be". Проех 72;л через запом 85;ивший& #1089;я мне 2 года назад Oguinquit и двину 83; в Cape Elizabeth, где ...
... plans. I had made reservations at Fiddlehead (you guessed it, Mark's favorite restaurant in town) for dinner and after we watched a little bit of Robin Williams Live on Broadway (courtesy of one of his staff members), we strolled into town for dinner. To our excitement, they had updated their menu for fall and we were able to try new dishes! They are still operating at 50% local grown protein and greens, which ...
... Bow refused to take any of our offers to take ours. So himself and Little Spoon headed on for the night, they camp a little ways down. The next morning we woke up and Stargazer's foot was hurting. We took the Zealand Falls Hut trail down to the parking lot. The parking lot was in the middle of nowhere....and a ride from the AMC shuttle would have cost us $46.00 to get to MT. Washington, and another $46.00 to get to Gorham - seriously what a freaking rip off. Luckily ...
... National Park in New Hampshire was lot of signs for 'moose crossing' and 'many collisions', and then within a couple of minutes we saw a dead moose with his head cut off-it was quite a disturbing site. We were in the home stretch-just about to get onto the toll bridge in Montreal (less than 2 hours from home) when we got a trailer flat! Kerry started the process and a highway truck stopped. I said to Kerry that Quebec has a ...
... up Mt. Battie and climb the rugged, rocky mountain top to where the view gives forth miles and miles of ocean and shoreline with Camden Harbor just below and dense with the presence of boats. Steve says this is his second favorite place in the entire State of Maine. It is easy to understand why.
Belfast is another town like Camden, with a harbor and a main street lined with old brick buildings which contain shops most interesting ...