Wonder View Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWonder View Inn Bar Harbor
Wonder View Inn and Suites is the perfect place to stay for guests who want to enjoy excitement of downtown, but prefer to retire to the "country" for bedtime. Situated on top of a hill, less than a 12 minute walk from downtown Bar Harbor, the Wonder View Inn and Suites provided us the perfect oasis without breaking the bank. Wonder View rooms include a refrigerator, access to a pool, continental breakfast in the lobby, enjoyment of the glass-encased restaurant for food or cocktails and access to it's sister resort, the Bluenose, next door. For those lucky enough to have the 38-45 rooms, you will have a fantastic view of the Harbor (particularly on the 4th of July!) from your balcony.
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Fun full day of touring today. Chip and I and the girls had been here before. Went on a tour/bus ride around the loop road around the national park and then had a lovely lunch at an old historic inn. We had a traditional lobster feast and I funnily had to shower everyone at the table how to pull apart a lobster! Then we had a wonderful blueberry pie! Then up Mt. Cadillac where we had taken the girls photo a few ...
... us over.
The parade definitely deserves its own paragraph. This was no ordinary parade... sure, it had its share of men playing electric keyboards on the back of trucks, Shriners in tiny go carts and YMCA children's camp with "decorated" school buses throwing candy, but it also had some other worthy mentionables, the kind that you absolutely expect to see at every parade.
And now, for "Spotted at Bah Hahbah Fouwth of July ...
... but that’s your only option; you can’t order just lobster claws or tails around here. It’s the whole lobster or nothing at all! Blake and I sat outside on the deck with some local brews (LOTS of local craft brewers in Maine) and ordered the lobster dinners. It was a little scary trying to crack into this sea creature with its eyes looking up at me! Those of you who know me best know that I rarely eat any kind of animals, so this was quite the adventure. But ...
... an east coast us. There are other little towns scattered around such as Seal Harbor where you can find the Naturalists Notebook, a very special book store. Tomorrow we hope to go on a large, four masted sailing ship to get a better view of the Acadia we can't touch. We set sail on a very blustery day, cold too. This ship is 151 feet long with four masts, a schooner. In the olden days it would have hauled cargo. Now, tourists serve as ...
... of peach colored boulders that flank the Atlantic Ocean. Not only are they beautiful to look at, but a great place to climb around and discover hidden pools left behind by the receding tide. We ended up spending a good bit of our time here and missed some places we had wanted to visit.
Tired, hungry and wishing like crazy that I had made plans for a place to stay, we headed into Bar Harbor. I know why Camden was so quiet, everyone had come to Bar Harbor. ...