Travel Blogs from Wells
... walked along Main Street. This large urn of flowers sits in front of a lively restaurant. Water fountain.
Keeping the ocean in our view, Rich noticed snails on this rock by an inlet. Through the gates was this view.
This is a picture of the Ogunquit Library, all made out of stones. More flowers in front of a small cafe. ...
... that large, never mind maintaining it! But, boy, would I have enough room to paint my furniture! The house even came with a stone archway.
Walking along some private roads, we came across this lobster speed bump. From there, the first beach came into view, Foot Bridge Beach.
Roses always seem to be near the beach, love the old fence.
... as we sat outside the pub at a small bar.
We waited for the storms to approach and when they did not appear to be coming our way, we decided once again to go for another walk. Instead of going down Marginal Way, we headed towards the long beach that we took pictures of yesterday. From the distance, we could see Marginal Way and all ...
... buying enough! We were off to Ogunquit before 11A.
We arrived at the Meadowmere and parked Molly. The Meadowmere is conveniently located close enough to town that we can walk everywhere. We started our walk down Marginal Way and watched the people on the beach. When it is low tide there is plenty of beach. High tide is another story.
... we walked into town to Allison's Restaurant. Had a delicious Bluetini made from Maine blueberry vodka. It was so good. Our dinner was an Island Chicken Salad which was just as good.
On the way back, we took this picture of the back of some shops.
Tomorrow we will be going to Ogunquit for a few nights.
Until next time...
Other places to stay in Wells
17 Post Road, Wells | 2 star hotelfrom $112
900 Post Road, Wells | 2 star hotelfrom $138
1351 Post Road, Wells | Hotelfrom $117
Route 1 South, 1373 Post Road, Wells | Hotelfrom $68
393 Mile Rd, Wells | Hotelfrom $49
1404 Post Road, Wells | Hotelfrom $50