Newagen Seaside Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
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Travel Blogs from Newagen
... pounds of lobster a year! Now that's a lot of claws and tails! Bet the butter industry loves Maine. Saw a lot of seals, private islands owned by rich people and lots of pretty boats. Spent Friday morning driving back to Boston to get the Jeep after tow bar repairs. By the way...did you know you can get a fresh Maine lobster roll at McDonalds around here? Crazy but cheap and pretty damn tasty! (According to Jan - I hate the damn ...
... of Brunswick. Maine's rural countryside was a beautiful mix of small farms and forested land. A quiet pond caught my attention. I stopped to look at the reflection of clouds and trees mirrored on its surface.
Soon after, I was joined by two cross country cyclists on their way ...
... granite. All in all this has been a wonderful trip with great girls and great sites.
Isabel - Today we packed up the wet tents and tarps and drove to the campsite. The first lighthouse we saw was Bass Harbor. It was a small lighthouse. Then, we ended up at the campsite where we took showers and set up the tents and aired them out (before that, we saw another cool lighthouse that had a gorgeous long walk ...
... the location was lovely. We thought we would walk around town but no parking so took a ride out to Ocean Point then stopped at Sarah's Scoops to have an ice cream. Got back to the cottage to get some sunset pics and to watch the eiders head to their evening spot in a line. Clearly we are getting a little too engaged with the eiders when I say goodnight to the little family group of mom, 2 aunts and two babies that we watch every day! Puzzle ...
... stays kept theat mast up. Later, at night we saw it again, moored near an island opposite our bay. Arriving at the dock, we debarked and drove to the campsite. We then had had some lobster and clams. The latter were a bit gritty. The fact that we were confronted by a BYOB sign did not much to the possibility of washing the sand down with a local brew. We drank the water and soda that ...