Otter Creek Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Otter Creek
... are found in Two Light State Park. These are two rather small lighthouses on a very rocky coastline. Right next to them was a wonderful place to eat while overlooking the ocean called The Lobster Shack.
Here Linda ate her first "Whole" Maine lobster with no cut tail or any chef assistance. After a few minutes of trying to discover the key of breaking into a lobster, a kind young woman named LuAnn offered to help. LuAnn was a ...
... to catch our 10 a.m. boat. A crusty, old Maine ranger entertained us with dry, Down East humor and stories of Acadia, past and present as our boat chopped through the fog on the ride to Islesford. We were frozen Popsicles by the time we docked on "Little Cranberry Island." We ran to the historical museum to thaw and look around.
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... we had tacos in a bag with black beans and rice, Doritos, and turkey meat with seasoning. Tomorrow is Cadillac Mountain sunset/sunrise - don't know which one yet!
Taylor - Today we left Rockland and headed to Seawall. We also went to the grocery store twice, but I love going to the grocery store all the time! We also went sea kayaking and it was so cool and fun. We saw osprey, bald eagles, and other birds along ...
... is "WOW!". Having just visited the Orvis Flagship store and having visited the Flagship REI many times in Seattle, I hadn't properly set my expectations. While the REI in Seattle is massive, the L.L. Bean headquarters is gargantuan. Apparently there used to be only one building, but over the past few decades they have grown to 5 buildings on site and an outlet across the street. The most impressive thing about L.L. Bean is that it sit in the ...
... their hanging baskets for summer but as today is their last day of summer and tomorrow is the 1st of autumn most doorways and front steps are decorated with pumpkins. Shops are full of scary Halloween stuff and even clothes shops are decorated in oranges and browns.
The housing is amazing. 99% are large and wooden with the majority painted white. They are so tidy.
Our lunch stop ...