Ramada Lewiston Hotel And Conference Center
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We have a cold day today but a short one. We need to make Portland Maine so Carolyn can fly home. We stop at a state park called Battle Mountain and pay $9 entrance fee to take a 2 mile road up to the top. The view is of Penobscot Bay. It is colder on top with the wind than when we are on the bike. We are using our electric jackets to keep warm. We make a stop at the LL Bean super store for a few small purchases. The leaves started to turn in Ernest in New ...
Whew! We arrived in Richmond, ME, last night around 7pm. We visited the Niagara Falls, USA side, having traveled through Canada on Monday. The colors have gradually brightened and have increased in intensity as we've traveled northeast... On Tuesday, we arrived in Montgomery, Vermont for a dinner and an overnight visit with Larry's second cousin, Kim Quinn Smith and her husband, Tommy. Their country home is located in the heart of Vermont, complete with beautiful rolling ...
... 8217; booth. We ordered onion rings and green tomatoes. It was moderately pricey but delicious! Next it was smothered ‘moose nuts’ which are basically chicken nuggets with toppings and pulled pork sandwiches. Later in the day we were drawn in by the delicious smell of kettle corn. When we walked up to the booth, the owner was just about to start popping a new batch. It was so great to be able to watch ...
... the small town of Belfast and then stopped for 'lunch on the move' at an impressive viewpoint which looked out across to Penobscot Bridge.
We couldn't pin point what it was that made Maine feel so different to the other coastal States we'd driven through in New England, but it's nickname Vacationland certainly seemed fitting as we constantly felt like we were on a holiday ...
... level of the bridge was exceptionally exciting. There was eight toll booths and once you got through that, you merge into five lanes. The attached picture shows us with big rigs on every side all trying to get to one lane. We finally made it out of New
York City and into Connecticut. Then another bug a boo. Turns out there was a car fire at mile marker 33 with traffic backed up to mile marker 21. Our best bet was to get off at exit ...