Norseman Resort

Address: 135 Beach Street, Ogunquit, Maine, 03907, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 135 Beach Street, Ogunquit, is near Ogunquit Beach, Ogunquit Beach District, Finestkind Scenic Cruises, and Ogunquit Memorial Library.
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    Saying good by

    A travel blog entry by jdswed on Oct 10, 2015

    We have a cold day today but a short one. We need to make Portland Maine so Carolyn can fly home. We stop at a state park called Battle Mountain and pay $9 entrance fee to take a 2 mile road up to the top. The view is of Penobscot Bay. It is colder on top with the wind than when we are on the bike. We are using our electric jackets to keep warm. We make a stop at the LL Bean super store for a few small purchases. The leaves started to turn in Ernest in New ...

    Dalsza czesc roadtripa

    A travel blog entry by jan.terlecki on Oct 05, 2015

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    Ostatnio nie za bardzo mialem internet zeby cos wrzucac, wiec po krotce bylismy w oceanarium w Filadelfii, mieli tam rekiny i duze hipopotamy, wynajelismy samochod zeby pojechac do six flags i Atlantic city, w six flags bylo super, nie bylo kolejek na rozne kolejki gorskie a maja ich tam duzo, teraz zmierzamy do Atlantic city, potem zostanie nam jeszcze Washington i nowy ...

    First Friday Art Walk - Matthew LaBerge

    A travel blog entry by tah101f2015 on Oct 05, 2015

    ... Art Walk itself is not one singular event put on by a business, but rather a collaborative effort put on by many businesses and individuals to create a lively and open art scene in the city. Various museums are open, in some cases beyond their normal business hours, and admissions are free! Street vendors line up along Congress Street selling food/drinks (more frequently in the summer), musicians and dancers busk or put on fully formed performances, ...

    Lobsters and Lighthouses in Maine

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Oct 04, 2015

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    ... house dating back to the early 1900's and hosted by a lovely lady called she didn't have any fish! In true American patriotism, her flag flew high and proud by the front door!

    The following day we would be heading to Camden, a half way point as we made our way up to Acadia National Park. Little did we know that this day would be filled with Lobster, Lighthouses and ...

    Train, bridges and chowder

    A travel blog entry by wheresmisty on Oct 22, 2013

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    We woke up and it was a bit grey and a bit gloomy. We were going on a cog railway up the highest mountain in New England-Mt Washington. Its part of the Appalachian Mountains that runs right through the US, up through Canada. We suspected it would be cold up there and put on all of our clothes, just in case....Only kidding but not by much! As we have been heading north, the temperature has been dropping and it has been getting noticeably darker, ...