Navigator Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Navigator Motor Inn Rockland
Travel Blogs from Rockland
... the fresh hand cut french fries and the fried dough. Personally my favorites are the wood fired pizza and the deep fried oreos. They always always always seem to run out of the oreos so quickly though so I try to get to them as soon as I get there.
Of Course a huge attraction is the animals. Everyone loves to go see the animals. It is mostly farm animals such as cows, horses, pigs, ducks, and chickens. Most of the animals are put in cages just for ...
... Depending on the time of the year, there isn’t much else to do in Rockland aside from visiting the many art galleries. If you’re a golfer the Samoset resort is minutes away, with an 18-hole champion golf course it is called the pebble beach of the east. If you’re in Rockland between July 29th and August 3rd, you can head down to the harbor and go to the famous Maine Lobster Festival. The Lobster Festival ...
August 23, 2015 Beginning odometer 94,046; temperature 67° & overcast
We left the Paul Bunyan campground and were on the road by 6:45 a.m. because Buddy wanted to beat the crowds to Acadia National Park. We drove the park loop road and admired the rocky coast. I took pictures at several of the overlooks. That being said, we didn't spend a lot of time exploring the park because, to be honest, ...
... which was thankfully included in The Book of Good Poems, a gag and puke anthology of the Grade 11 and 12 English curricula of the Province of Saskatchewan. I had no passion for school or poetry as a student, but I liked EA and Robert Service because they told stories. So now I feel an even stronger connection with Maine, and next time we visit Jeff and Susan in Maine, I want to visit EA's home in Gardiner. I wonder how far that is from North ...
... and then took a leisurely ride back to the campground. On the way, we spotted an inland lake with huge rock formations rising out of it. Apparently, it was a private lake and the only way to see it was from the road.
We spent some time at the campground relaxing, reading, taking Beckett for a walk and napping. This campground is nice and quiet, so we enjoyed the afternoon.
Around 2:00, we drove back to ...