Bass Harbor Inn

Address: 28 Shore Rd., Bass Harbor, Maine, 04653, United States | Inn
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    Acadia National Park

    A travel blog entry by barbh5889 on Jul 17, 2013

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    ... for is afternoon tea with popovers. We had to stop and give them a try. They are served hot right out of the oven with butter and strawberry jam. They were delicious I will have to see if I can make them at home sometime.

    The end of the day was a drive up to the top of Cadillac Mountain to see the sunset. It was beautiful but extremely windy. Then a nice dinner in town where I had a seafood linguine dish and Fred had Halibut and we shared a lobster. It was all delicious.

    Dorr Mountain and Bar Harbor

    A travel blog entry by robertsonfamily on Jul 14, 2013

    ... so much of the food ahead of time. This is the first time we've stayed at a fully functioning house vs a hotel room. This wins out big time. For some reason I LOVE doing laundry on vacation and as luck would have it, they have a stackable set here. I've already completed one load. Lol. I don't know why, but it becomes an obsession and it's weird.

    We stopped at some guy's house and bought ...

    Day 13: Acadia National Park, ME (Acadia NP)

    A travel blog entry by dlmitchell71 on Jul 12, 2012

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    ... trail that would cut through the center of a trail loop. We decided at that point that we had enough for the day and wanted to get back to camp early and relax a little. We followed the truck road to the Acadia Mountain trailhead where we were able to flag down a bus. We boarded the bus and was back at the campground in time enough to have dinner and start roasting marshmallows before it got dark.

    Hard core hiking!

    A travel blog entry by sciencefun on Jul 01, 2011

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    We didn't get up too early today. We showered and were ready to leave at 8:00. We stopped at one of the info centers and got a map of the national park. Our next stop was the Hull’s Cove Visitor Center. Here I got the Sr. Ranger program book, and we watched an introductory video Acadia. Next stop was Sierre Du Mons (not sure that I spelled that right). There were several trails that ...

    These legs were made for walking (ish)

    A travel blog entry by bec_f on Jun 17, 2010

    ... was classed as moderate was generally OK - legs were tired, but wasn't too much of a strain on them until we followed the cove trail down. This involved climbing along the rocks on the cliff face - one wrong move & it would be a painful journey into the sea. Some of these walks you have to take your life into your own hands - they're not for the faint hearted.

    As the weather was so nice & legs were less tired we wandered into the town for some drinks - we ended up ...