Raspberry Shores

Address: Box 217, Rte. 187, Jonesport, Maine, 04649, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Box 217, Rte. 187, Jonesport, is near Beals Island.
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Travel Blogs from Jonesport

Bon Voyage Canada - Times Two

A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 05, 2014

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... the lighthouse since it can only be accessed at low tide because it sits on an island.

When we reached the parking area there was a sign that warned of the danger of getting caught in the changing tides when visiting. There are three rusty metal staircases to bottom then back up to reach the island. We scrambling over seaweed covered rocks and slippery boulders. We met a couple standing at the top of one of the stairwells reluctant to climb ...

Coach Tour Day One

A travel blog entry by johnandann on Sep 22, 2013

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... We drove past George W Bush's holiday home while he has prime position and GWB snr was in residence. The clue was security everywhere. Also when John and I were getting our lunch (with our tour name badges on) the lady asked what we had seen and there happened to be a policeman there and he confirmed be was there.

On up the coast we went and still the houses are straight out of ...

Maine musings

A travel blog entry by alhngjh on Sep 20, 2013

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... tacky souvenir shops , over priced food etc and about a million people walking the streets who all disappear at about 8 o' clock at night .

20 September
We woke to another perfect day.
Avoiding the fruit loops at breakfast , cereals not people , although plenty around as well we were soon up in Arcadia National Park , America' s 9th. most popular with around 2 million visits a year. Deservedly popular it has all ...

A day to tour Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by karengilmore on Aug 28, 2013

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... loop called Witches Hole Pond. This ride turns out to be less hilly and much prettier with tons of little lakes/ponds/ stone bridges and just wonderful scenery. Arrive back at car tired but VERY satisfied,, one of the best rides we have ever been on!
This park is a MUST for anyone in this area!
Back to campsite for a refreshing swim and BBQ steak dinner! A perfect day!

The Other Side of the Island

A travel blog entry by barbh5889 on Jul 18, 2013

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... settle on the island. We then drove down to Southwest Harbor which is a small fishing town. where there are fishermen and boat builders. It was interesting to just drive around there for a little while.

Our next stop was Northeast Harbor where we had our second Lobster Roll for lunch. This one was much better than our first one a few days ago. There was a lot more lobster and it was on a fresh bakery bun. The lobster was mixed with mayonnaise rather ...