The Freeport Inn

445 South Main Street, Freeport, Maine, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Freeport

Portland…and back to New Hampshire

A travel blog entry by haylowey

15

... New England lighthouse). Similar to the Nubble Lighthouse in York, Maine, we could have stared at the Portland Head Light for hours and the view never would have gotten old. Simply put, it was picturesque. With the fog siren blasting every 30-60 seconds, it felt like we were preparing to welcome a ship to dry land. Once we left the lighthouse, our journey took us west through southern Maine and into the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Back in ...

The lovely town of Portsmouth

A travel blog entry by haylowey

10

... down the streets, window shopping and people watching. We saw what looked like a small, cute memorial site. Given it had just been Memorial Day, we assumed it had something to do with that. It was us and one other human. The other human, an older gentleman, stood very still staring at the monument leaning on a massive stick (weird cane?), no doubtedly paying his respects. Yes, we may have said something untoward about him ...

Back on the road

A travel blog entry by andrewcockerill

8

... it was time to press on.
We continued on our journey north, through Massachusetts and into New Hampshire. Bec took the wheel for a while, but we disagreed on how much room was being left to the car's parked on our right, so she gave me a serve and told that she didn't want to drive if I was going to be in the passengers seat.
We crossed the border into Maine, and immediately over the border, there was a massive outlet centre that spanned 4 blocks and was on both sides of ...

Leaving Maine

A travel blog entry by sifefer

1

Ruby and I left Freeport at about 12:30pm when Elnel Browder picked us up to take us to the Concord bus terminal with our 3 large bags and 2 carryons filled with some of the many things we would need for our 6-7 week camping trip.

Our 5 months of planning for this trip led us to name ...

Day 13 - We reached the Atlantic

A travel blog entry by bharvey

4

... of course. A very nice librarian showed us a number of books that would hold information on the Colbys and the early days of Amesbury. We spent probably nearly an hour there and I took notes on a few books and took a few pics. One final stop in Amesbury to see a rock with a placque significant in our history as it commemorates the first settlers, including a Colby or was it ...

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