Acadia Gateway Motel

329 Bar Harbor Rd., Trenton, Maine, 04605, United States | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Trenton

All good things must come to an end...

A travel blog entry by debdewalt


... this fazed no one and I still made it to the train back to Wellington and on to catch a flight up to Auckland.

Auckland, my departure city, a wonderful opportunity to see my friends Terri and Jim O'Hare and experience yet again some very kind Kiwi hospitality. Terri and Jim have been living in Auckalnd ( for just a few months a year ) for quite a long time. I was interested to see what held such an appeal. Terri met ...

Came for a week...stayed longer

A travel blog entry by jpandpa


... and cost us $23 a night. The park is on the Ocean, has its own beach area (said with a grain of er, rocks.....lots of rocks!), but has a nice view. Our site was off to the side in a terraced hillside area that provided views ...

Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by pilgrimtraveler


... two cruise ships tendering passengers in throughout the day.

The evening we rested, saw the last main production show which was a lively show for the Eurodam dancers and singers. I enjoyed their four shows and I thought that the singers were really good so it made for some nice evenings in the Mainstage. Other nights they have had comedy, piano and harmonica players and tonight we have a vocalist on ...

Day 12 at Trenton

A travel blog entry by tennyp


... Walmart, Lowe's and a grocery store before returning to camp. Oh, and we stopped at an ice cream shop for dessert. I had Moose Tracks as usual and Linda had the Maine Wild Blueberry.

I dropped Linda off with the stuff we bought and went out to fuel the truck in preparation for tomorrows departure and stopped off at McDonalds to finish up my blog. The rest of the day will be spent making the trailer ready to go.

Kayaking Separately (7 miles) & Biking (7 miles)

A travel blog entry by pfln


... my tour had even begun. Moreover, since I was learning to steer the kayak this time, photography was out of the question. One has to paddle and steer with one's feet.) It is not a strenuous work-out, but I can assure you I've increased my abdominal exercises upon returning home.
We paddled along the western end of the island from Western Bay to Blue Hill Bay, passing the Rockefellers' private island on our right. (They rescued it from a ...


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