Stage Neck Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... wallets & went downstairs in our pajamas. Turns out the night guy had just burned some toast. Ridiculous thing was that only 1 fireman in a 4 wheel drive turned up & he didn't instill me with much confidence, just sort of mooching around. Then 1 fire truck turned with lights but no siren. Again, no rush. This is a big hotel, I would have thought there would have more of a sense of urgency. We did meet a gay, black guy (who sounded stereotypically gay ...
Folks back home most often ask what we miss most about land and the answer is always an easy one, THEM! During our two week visit back to New England we were able to meet up with some of our family and friends. The unfortunate thing is that we were not able to meet up with everyone we wanted to see. However, we were able to enjoy the time with the ones we did and will cherish them.
For those we did not see, we hope to catch up ...
... in the corner just itching to dance. Just starting to get a buzz from previously consumed liquid courage, I decided I would order one more drink and then go ask a cougar to dance. I ordered a whiskey drink, but as it was being made the lights came on, the music stopped... closing time. I looked at the clock - 12:30. 12:30!? What the hell?! So there I was, stuck with my $10 drink, lights urging people home, no music, no dancing, no ...
... is good It has been in the family for 9 generations see http://kennebunkbeachmaine.com/seasidei nn/oceanfront-inn/history/ It is right on the beach.
The main part of Kennebunkport itself is very pretty with nice shops and restaurant but it really the coastline that is the attraction. Lots of lighthouses, beaches and villages to visit both north and south.
Maine is also the home of lobster and clams. Tried the clams which were OK but missed the lobster as they are ...
... that I've seen all 17 miles of the New Hampshire coastline, including driving through the state of Maine and all the way down to Hampton. Some beautiful beaches which apparently are 'surf beaches', but nothing on our monster waves at this stage. Huge houses signifying the city dwellers' holiday hideaways, and people's growing desperation to snap up a place by the sea. The trip was made all the more ...