Residence Inn Auburn
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We visited the Portland Observatory, learning that it has nothing to do with stars and everything to do with early maritime commerce. Built on Munjoy Hill in 1807 by an early entrepreneur, the Observatory was used to track the port's shipping activity. The tour offered historic background and a 360-degree view of Portland and Casco Bay.
And then, it was our last full day in Portland. Sigh. . .
But we ...
It was time to hit the road and, with many destinations with a couple of hours driving, we decided to make two separate day trips of our visits to Bath and Brunswick and then to Augusta, the state capitol, and Freeport, the shopping mecca of Maine.
Brunswick and Bath are more like suburbs of Portland, just 30 miles up the coast. However, with winding roads and a desire to meander rather than travel the highways, it took us an hour to reach Bath. Marette and ...
We wanted to eat lobster and oysters on the half shell, track elusive moose, and watch the sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean when we visited Maine for three weeks. We were more than satisfied by accomplishing three of those goals and happy to leave the moose for another visit to this most northeasterly state in the U.S.
For several years, our friends Harold and Dana had suggested that Ken, Marette, Jack and I visit ...
... we went in search of a suitable place to have the lobster brunch we'd been so looking forward to. Parking up at the ferry terminal, we found a seat on some posts that made up the sea wall and with our swiss army knife and a plastic fork, we tucked in to some of the freshest lobster we'd ever had, it was delicious.
That was it for Portland, next stop - White Mountains Hostel in Conway, New Hampshire.
... of Brunswick. Maine's rural countryside was a beautiful mix of small farms and forested land. A quiet pond caught my attention. I stopped to look at the reflection of clouds and trees mirrored on its surface.
Soon after, I was joined by two cross country cyclists on their way ...