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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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We enjoyed a beautiful day on Acadia hiking various areas. We started with Gorham Mountain hike which was a little over 2 miles. Then we started back to our car via the Ocean Path, another mile or so. It had great views of the bay! Then we drove out of one area and into another to reach Beech Mountain. Started up on the steeper trail going .4 mile to reach the Fire Tower. It was a rough climb over ...
... us to our first stop at Sand Beach. There, we got out and walked down to the beach. It looked so different from the beaches we are accustomed to at home. This beach looked like a horseshoe that was surrounded by large rocks and tall cliffs. We walked down the beach to the ocean where Clay thought it would be funny to pull me into the freezing cold water. Luckily, it was only my feet that were ...
... Maine shops, check out a local restaurant, or even go on a whale-watching cruise for the day. Parking is available on all side streets or down by the pier. Click here for more information on Bar Harbor!
During my trip to Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor, we were lucky enough to visit Geddy's. Geddy's is a local restaurant located directly across from the pier parking lots. I would bet money that Geddy’s is ...
... uneasiest I've felt in my whole life. It's dark out, the tent is not set up, it's cold and there's a large spider somewhere very close. We're not sure at this point if the spider is dead, dying or just really ****** off. We finally find him, after what seems like several hours, dead, laying on our yet-to-be constructed tent. To be honest with you, I'm not really sure what transpired after that. There might've been some cheap New Hampshire, tax-free whiskey involved. And by some ...
Continuing on our journey to catch the fall colours on the U.S. Eastern Coast, we made our way to the state of Maine also known as Vactionland. The name is an appropriate description for the US state that draws thousands of vacationers who visit its many lakes, rivers, long coastline (about 5,000 miles) or go camping and hiking in its forest (about 17 million acres of forestland). Our main purpose however in coming to Maine was ...