Acadia Pines Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... isn't absolutely breathtaking! We enjoyed the ever changing view from our campsite as the sun came up.
We planned our day to take the pups and hike to some geocaches that promised beautiful places in the area that we'd never visited. Our first stop was Mt. Eliot where a walk in the woods took us to one of Maine's oldest caches placed 1/1/02. Next stop was Thuya Gardens, part of a 140 acre preserve and a beautiful ...
... s Irish Pub. We walked partway over to Bar Harbor Island and around town for a little bit. We headed out to the Atlantic Brewing Company then back to the hotel for a little swimming for the kids. George and I went into town for a few groceries (and beer) then me, Dad, Ash, Sky and Jake went on a sunset nature watch cruise where we saw three bald eagles (including ...
... never seen an old building built out of such a variety of shapes & sizes of stone. In 1886 the land was gifted to the church & to make the building feasible they gathered & dragged the large sea washed stones from the shore and land for construction. Apparently its also the church the Bush Family attend when they are in town. I believe we drove past their house, a gated compound as they call it (sounds like a prison!) on ...
... to our favorite little bar, Dog and Pony Tavern, and tried our hands at the ring game. Unfortunately coordination and timing were not on Mark's side and I beat him in our game of Best to 10. Our beers finished and bored of the ring game (you can only put the ring on the hook so many times...) we headed in the direction of home. Pulling onto French Street around 11 am, we were both quickly in bed and fast asleep. I didn't even have to turn on The ...
... 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 ...