- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center
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... a ling while over the winter so it must be a dead place to live. It seems from talking to the people who run the inn that they don't live here year round. Again there are a lot of places for sale and I guess that must be one of the reasons - not enough annual business. I'm frozen now so head back to my room to warm up - it has a little corner lounge but sadly not a wood burner like ...
... for 6 weeks, with her daughter and son-in-law. We stood in the rain talking for half an hour, until she finally had to leave to meet a friend for dinner. With the crowds so bad in Bar Harbor during the dinner hour, she suggested we drive out to Southwest Harbor on the far eastern side of the island and have dinner at "Sips", which turned out to be a great suggestion. The food was excellent and we ended up having dinner with the musician that later was the ...
... people on the town that day, but most were heading back to the ship for the evening. Next we walked to “Carmen Verandah” and sat on the second floor balcony overlooking the village square where we split a lobster roll and homemade chips and I tried Shipwreck Pumpkin Beer- it had delicious fall spices - just a hint of pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg- very good! We finished up on the balcony at ...
... piece of blueberry pie with ice cream for dessert.
The rest of the day was lovely but anti-climatic to the morning. We walked some along the shore path in Bar Harbor, browsed the shops on Main street and had a great time. It is a nice touristy town with plenty of shops and places to eat for sure but also a lovely peaceful town once off the main street. I am sure it is so much more peaceful when there ...
... why City Hall is such a recently built spot in comparison to most towns I visit is because the original and 130 other homes and buildings were destroyed in the Great Ellsworth Fire on May 7, 1933. Sadly the fires were the work of an arsonist named Norman Moore, a mentally unstable dishwasher, who ...