The Pines

430 Main St., Winter Harbor, Maine, 04693, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Winter Harbor

The Good and the Bad of Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by rollingstone54

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... DiMatteo's - see Deborah's write up. Excellent food, for a reasonable price!! The B&B we stayed at is called The Yankee Lady, had a couple of good breakfasts there. On July 4th, we headed out of Dodge (read: Bar Harbor) prior to the start of the parade, as we did not want to be stuck there. Good thing too, because as we headed out of town, the number of vehicles coming the other looked like a parade in itself. Whew! dodged that bullet!

We took a different route ...

No room in the Inn

A travel blog entry by mollohan

3
13

... and I mean every hotel, campground, bed and breakfast and cardboard box had a no vacancy sign clearly posted. We figure that if we just head toward our next destination, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, we will find a place on the way. Two things you need to know about northern Maine: First, at 10 pm sharp, all streets are rolled up and put away until dawn and second, there is no life north of Bar Harbor. So we start off on the GPS suggested route (1st ...

US Port - First & Last - Bar Harbor, ME

A travel blog entry by peggy_sheldon

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Sunday 10/7/12 Bar Harbor, ME



We arrive in Bar Harbor, Maine around 7:00 AM. Our cabin is the most aft (rear) location with limited views in the window due to a solid wall on the deck outside. But we heard the mighty anchors being lowered as the Veendam became stationary in the harbor. After a hardy breakfast at the Lido Restaurant, we departed on the ships tender with an hour to spare for our Cadillac Mountain & ...

The "Far East" - Acadia

A travel blog entry by beadledove

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... Acadia we stopped at Belfast, billed as the prettiest village in Maine. Well, it was very attractive, however, the interesting feature was the unique collection of benches on the sidewalks. Every bench was a piece of art made to look like something, like a piano, or made from an unusual material, like surfboards or tree limbs. Not many of them looked comfortable. The town also featured a walking bridge over the river which served as its harbor. It made for some great views ...

4:30am...for FUN?? YES!

A travel blog entry by kateri.gruber

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... solid, if anything!

Easter was also my day to cook! So I had planned a meal of a few dishes we eat back home: baked ham (yes, I did actually bake it! 3.5 hours??), cheesy potato casserole, stuffing, veggies, rolls, salad, and a strawberry jell-o with whipped topping and bunny marshmallows (courtesy of my mom) on top. I think the team enjoyed it. :)

This past week I’ve spent my workdays at various sites. At the new build in Brunswick cleaning up tile grout ...

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This hotel, located on 430 Main St., Winter Harbor, is near Great Head Trail, Grindstone Neck of Maine, and Ardea EcoExpeditions.
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