Acadia Pines Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... does, and it was kinda unnerving haha. There are some gorgeous views along the coast, and it was a nice couple of hours :)
Aiofe had to be back in town for a sunset sail by 5pm, so Laura and I decided to catch a lift and hang around in Bar Harbor, where we done a little shopping and had dinner -clam chowder and lobster roll... when in Maine and all that- before going back to the hotel. I ...
... and took some pictures. Then it was back to the shuttle for a ride back to the campground.
We spent the afternoon reading, napping and watching a movie. Ahhh! It felt like a vacation day. Dinner was a bit out of the norm though. A local lobster shack has a call-in order meal for folks in the campground. They deliver two lobsters, corn and crab claws right to your campsite. Clay and I wanted lobster so ...
... roar." I did not see a 40-foot spout, but I was able to hear a little bit of the thunderclap. It would definitely be cool to visit Thunder Hold on a day when the ocean is a bit rough.
Now, for the person that just wants to relax, Sand Beach is the place to go. I cannot wait to go back and visit Acadia National Park during warm weather so that I can spend a day at Sand Beach.
This attraction is a calm, sandy ...
... stopping halfway at Cadillac mountain to watch the actual sunrise. A quick half mile hike around the summit followed. A little tired and a little cold, we went into the town of Bar Harbor for breakfast. When in Rome has been our mantra for food during the trip. "When in Rome" in Bar Harbor means lobster eggs benedict and wild blueberry pancakes. And a cappuccino. I know, cappuccinos aren't native to maine, but I'm running on four hours of sleep here! And it was tasty. So lay ...
... fire – where regrowth occurred after the fire the pine forest has almost been taken over with deciduous trees leaving a definite line where the fire stopped. We were lucky it wasn't raining whenever we got off the bus and the mist, fogginess and bits of cloud should give us another aspect to our photos. There is a lovely golf course in the park, beaver ...