Ogunquit River Inn and Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOgunquit River Inn and Suites Wells
This was a lovely inn, not a run-of-the-mill chain hotel. We were greeted with punch and cookies and treated to a very nice complimentary breakfast. There was a beautiful view of the bay. The Wifi reception was strong and there was a Keurig coffee maker in the room. Maybe the only negative was no elevator but our luggage was taken care of for us, so not really a problem.
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"October gave a party;
The leaves by hundreds came---
The Chestnuts, Oaks, and Maples,
And leaves of every name.
The Sunshine spread a carpet,
And everything was grand;
Miss Weather led the dancing;
Professor Wind, the band...
The sight was like a rainbow
New-fallen from the sky..."
-from "October's Party" …
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I would like to thank the RUSH organizers for putting together such an amazing tour. Tim, Pat, Sandy, Marv, and all the others... ...
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... pistachio caramel tart!
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