Dragonfly Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... railway that cuts through the golf course, and a Christmas Loft that sells Christmas decorations all year round.
On then by 3pm toward Kennebunkport, a fishing village on the coast of Maine. Of course, these days most of the fishing is done by retailers, but they do it so well, you almost want to give them your money. This town is postcard perfect, even if the hired help is not. I wandered in to one store, in search of a new ship’s log for Grand ...
... slide show and video of Rita's younger years. That evening and our final one in Maine we went to the Lobster coop where Ricky works and had dinner and got a tour of the processing of the lobsters. Several got the long awaited Lobster dinner. Everyone packed and got ready for flight or for us the next leg of our ...
We started the day in Portsmouth, NH walked through some gardens along the water and over to Strawberry Bank a historical park of the original settlement. They have done a beautiful job of restoring the old home and showing you different things from that era we talked to a barrel builder and a demonstration on cooking where we learned about Turnspit dogs. You need to Google they were specifically bread to fit in a cage to ...
Out of all of the restaurants I passed on my trip through, I decided to try out the Arundel Wharf. It was a beautiful day, so sitting outside on their large deck, which sits directly on the Kennebunk River, seemed perfect. Of course I had to have a lobster roll (for $19) and I was able to watch as “The Nicks Chance,” a huge whale watch boat took groups of people in and out to see some whales. Boats are docked all around ...
... north toward Ogunquit. When we arrived, we decided to walk the Marginal Way that hugs the coastline. We had also walked the path the last time we were here, but the views are worth doing it again. Only this time, we walked from one end to the other and back rather than walking from one end to the other and then taking the trolley back. We certainly ...