Atlantic Eyrie Lodge
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAtlantic Eyrie Lodge Bar Harbor
Nikki and I have been traveling through the state of Maine. We took route one, the coastal road. We drove through "middle America"....hundreds of American flags....in some places they were on every second telegraph pole for miles...pick up trucks with American flags in the tray....lobster boilers ( some were sophisticated.....little red brick huts with chimney pipes pumping steam at the top)...and 25 radio stations on the car radio...and up here in Maine they have a wide taste in music...they like country AND western...or you could listen to the Baptist Church radio station and here how your soul was going to be saved if you donate....lucky I had my iPod and a connector ....so we traveled around listening to our favourite....we travelled as far north as Winter Harbour...then back to Bar Harbour....I really loved Booth Harbour and Bar Harbour in Maine....they were special...we are now on a bus from Boston to NYC..where we will catch up with Alex before she leaves for Mexico this afternoon....
This iPad has not let me include photos...but because I am so ITadvanced I downloaded an app....yes Terry....I downloaded an app....hopefully it will let me include photos....here goes.
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... and used it as our Christmas card. Today was hazy but we luckily went up after the fog had lifted. You can see 3 cruise ships. Ours is the tiny one of the far left. Then Norwegian and then Princess. It is unbelievably warm here! By 3pm it was 75 degrees! Now off to new territory for me, we are headed to Saint John in the Bay of Fundy in Canada. I am looking forward to seeing the amazing tides they have ...
... and exploring the beers and wine at the Bar Harbor Brewing Co. (a local brewing company that is brewed on site at Atlantic Brewing Company). We picked up a few beers for the fireworks and decided to drop them off and say hi to Max before heading back to dinner. Dusk was coming and the threat of Arthur was growing closer and closer. We ate at McKay's Public House (http://www.yelp.com/biz/mckays-public- house-bar-harbor) outside on the large patio ...
... laid traps (it’s a rough life for the lobsters out here!). The local economy thrives on its lobster, it is everywhere. Driving around you see garages full of traps and buoys and the bays are packed with boats coming in with their catches of the day. Naturally, we found ourselves a nice spot for dinner on a bay near our campsite called The Upper Deck. Their "Lobstah Dinnahs" came from the boats that fish right below the restaurant. I have never ordered lobster by the ...
I have thought many times about taking a trip to Acadia National Park. The descriptions of the craggy coasts, gently sloping mountains and friendly people have long appealed to me. So this year I am finally here! Today was a whole day of traveling so not much to report on other than some observations about various points in my day.
- Boston's Logan Airport and getting out of it is ...
... day, we headed off to poet Robert Frost's Farm in Derry, New Hampshire. On the way, we wanted to stop for some espresso, and one thing I learned about New England is that their idea of coffee is the kind of flavored **** coffee you buy in gas stations. Ugh. After some searching, we found a 'coffee shop', but still no espresso, though they did offer coffee by the BUCKET. After taking a photo of their menu for Facebook, I did order a bucket of coffee. It ...