The Country Inn at Camden / Rockport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Rockport
... you look there is a flag proudly flying. Whether it's a flagpole in the front lawn or a row of flags on the electricity pilons as you drive down the country roads, the national pride is evident. Even the graves we saw had flags instead of flowers.
After a full day, we are back in our lodgings with the fire going and feeling very content. We have mapped out our last day in Maine tomorrow and then heading on to Vermont.
... pan out, we found ourselves in the small coastal village of Lincolnville. Eagle-eyed Maura, spied The Beach Cottage Inn. Our hosts were busy gearing up for the Saturday night dinner crowd at their neighboring restaurant, The Whale's Tooth Pub. Dorothee checked us into The Puffin's Nest, a tiny, perfect haven just paces away from Penobscot Bay. ...
... ocean at Rockport's harbor. After our savory meal of gourmet sandwiches and local brews, we took Surly and White Lightening to the Atlantic for a dip. The afternoon sun sparkled magically on the scene as tears streamed down my face. A red tugboat and a vintage windjammer cruised into the harbor, ...
... as she had just jointed the U.S. Border Patrol. They were really excited. Across the water, we got our first glimpse of Canada - St. Andrew. Going through customs was not a big deal and we were off to St. John. Tree-lined freeway all the way. It felt like we were flying compared to the last few days. The colors are beautiful but you are unable to see anything. Got to our hotel and decided to just call for pizza. Great day of travel. 240 miles in 10+ hours ...
... of Maine subjects by artists like Fitz Henry Lane, Marsden Hartley, and Winslow Homer. The Farnsworth also has one of the largest collections of works by three generations of Wyeths who divided their time between the Brandywine Valley in Pennsylvania and Maine’s central coast.
Montpelier was the home of General Henry Knox, a revolutionary war and U.S. army general who is described as being like George Washington’s right-hand man during ...