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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Some fresh Maine air would do us good. I ordered my favorite special: 1/2 Mrs. P with a 1/2 everything bagel and blueberry cream cheese. Good thing Mrs. P is extremely easy to replicate, so the only withdrawal I'll have is the wild Maine blueberry cream cheese. Don't think they'll have them in NZ... We headed back home to pack for the rest of the afternoon. T-MINUS 1 day.
MONDAY: LAST DAY IN BANGOR!
I am ...
... later in the afternoon so we did what anyone who just got into the USA does...our laundry. Okay so maybe it’s not very exciting but we are trying not to smell bad here! The nice thing about laundry mats is they are fully equipped with wifi and plugs and TVs so really it’s kinda nice to do laundry and relax. We found a place to spend the evening and hunkered down for the ...
... City Forest and Bangor Bog for a light exercise before the football games started. We saw a frog and a close up of the Pitcher Plant that ingests bugs. Once our FitBit's reached step counts that were no longer embarassing, we headed to Buffalo Wild Wings to watch some football. Unfortunately for both of our Fantasy teams, it wasn't as exciting an afternoon as we'd hoped (but I did grab a great photo of Mark!).
We arrived home after ...
... The weather couldn't have looked more like fall, large puffy clouds trying to push out the sunshine and blue skies with no threat of rain.
Mark and I decided to try a new restaurant for lunch, Whoopie Pie Cafe, and were silenced by how amazing the food was. We made sure to try the award winning whoopie pies: Blueberry Cheesecake and Dark Seas.
When Mark's parents returned from their drive down the coast to ...
... called "The Twister" and after we got to cut the line because theses girls wanted to ride together, got into a verbal altercation with the ride operator because he can't operate the ride if the seats weren't all filled (and got into yet another discussion with him when he heard us and the four girls still talking about him) we finally got on to experience it. The ride lay out was a circle of 16 seats separated into groups of 4. It starts with the floor slightly dropping and ...