Kismet Inn

Address: 44 Summer Street, Bath, Maine, 04530, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 44 Summer Street, Bath, is near Maine Maritime Museum, Thomas Point Beach, Chocolate Church, and Bath Iron Works.
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    Travel Blogs from Bath

    That's All Folks!

    A travel blog entry by rissassipa on Jun 27, 2015

    3 comments

    ... This trip across the country would not have been as awesome as it was without you.

    Mostly I would like to thank my amazing husband, Phil. Thank you for hauling my butt across the country on your motorcycle and challenging me to do things I think I can't do. I had a fantastic trip and hope we continue to have adventures like these together.



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    Final Days in Portland

    A travel blog entry by jackandcece on May 23, 2015

    4 comments, 20 photos

    ... dairy farm that has diversified into a yarn and fiber studio, gourmet food shop with their locally produced cheeses, fresh eggs and dried meats, and fields of fresh produce. Marette and I shopped the yarn store, marveling at the variety of handspun fibers produced from Nezinscot alpaca goats and rabbits and other livestock. Ken and Jack toured the barn, watching a busy goat milking session and then buying farm fresh cheeses and dried meats.

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    Road Trips: Bath & Brunswick; Augusta & Freeport

    A travel blog entry by jackandcece on May 11, 2015

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... a shopping trip to Halcyon Yarns, a large shop that has served the knitting community for more than 40 years. We were on the search for locally made yarns.

    As we shopped and learned about Maine fiber artists, Jack and Ken took off to tour the Maine Maritime Museum. Ken and Jack found the 3 hours touring the various exhibits was sufficient only to whet their appetite for a future visit. Bath Iron Works, the largest employer in the area, is part of the ...

    Lobstah Rolls and a Lighthouse

    A travel blog entry by jackandcece on May 08, 2015

    8 photos

    ... but not quiet. And we left wanting more and so we had a second lunch lobster roll at a cozy lobster shack on a pier near Ogunquit. And it was really good, too. We wanted more, but they would have to wait for another day.

    After second lunch, we visited the Ogunquit Museum of Art where we enjoyed a private tour and saw works by American artists including Winslow Homer and (new to me) DeWitt ...

    This Is Blarney! And How to Weatherize Your Home.

    A travel blog entry by kateri.gruber on Mar 18, 2012

    3 comments, 58 photos

    ... eyed and feathers fluffed on the 10th to pack up our perishable foods, load the van, and hit the road to our first project by 6AM! As we were the first Raven team to head out, a surprise passenger hopped a ride along. Edgar the Raven introduced himself to us and made a comfy nest in the back seat. He’s become a bit of a celebrity, what with all the photos posted to facebook of his – and our – travels.

    After a 10 hour drive, we ...