Captain Lindsey House Inn

Address: 5 Lindsey Street, Rockland, Maine, 04841, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 5 Lindsey Street, Rockland, is near Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland Breakwater Light, Project Puffin Visitor Center, and Strand Theater.
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Travel Blogs from Rockland

The Windsor Fair

A travel blog entry by tah101f2015 on Oct 05, 2015

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... homemade things and just small nik naks. In some of the bigger kiosks they sell cars and four wheelers and tractors or hot tubs, all sorts of different things that vary from small to large. There are so many different rides for kids of all ages such as the ferris wheel, which is probably the most common. Rides like the tornado and the zipper are made more for teenagers and then they make rides like the merry go round and the bumblebees for the toddlers. ...

Farnsworth Art Museum

A travel blog entry by tah101f2015 on Oct 04, 2015

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... nice and informative. The museums are fairly big and there’s a lot of walking involved so bring your walking shoes. Also, they're pretty strict when it comes to taking pictures so keep that in mind.

Luckily for me it was free to get in because I am a Rockland resident. For adults it is 12$, for students and seniors it is 10$, and if you’re 16 or under it is free. The tour of the homestead is 10$ for adults and 5$ for children. ...

A Tour by a Local is the Best

A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 23, 2015

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... shirts, lobster dishtowels, lobster dips, lobster coffee mugs. You name it, they had it with a lobster on it. It was a nice stroll.

Our next stop took us to visit Buddy’s cousin, Annie, in Camden, Maine. Annie gave us the 'locals’ tour by driving us to the Willey Wharf, Mount Battie in Camden Hills State Park, and the Robinson Point Lighthouse on Curtis Island. Mount Battie ...

Richard Cory

A travel blog entry by normflach on Aug 15, 2015

... to reflect. Though much much younger than I, Jeff might still qualify as old. He is a man among men, and he is technically retired. He has retired from education administration to be a self-employed organic farmer. Granted, it's a peculiar form of retirement. The word "peculiar" leapt out from this reflection, and triggered a flash of Edwin Arlington Robinson author of the poem, "Richard Cory". Paul Simon put Richard Cory to song in the 60's, on ...

Day Four

A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Aug 02, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... for dinner. They were having a crate race at the time and it was fun to see the kids race across the lobster crates in the water. Most of them didn’t make it more than a handful of crates, but there was one little girl who ran back and forth 10 times without falling in. We are thinking this would be fun to build on our pond for Odin and Noah to try.
Back at the campground an RV pulled in across ...