Atlantic Eyrie Lodge
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- 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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... summer playground for the super rich, where large mansions abound. Apparently some big names can still be seen around town but many homes have now been turned into hotels. As it is so close to Acadia National Park it is popular with outdoor enthusiasts, you can rent bikes & kayaks, go on a tour to sea the whales, birds or lighthouses in the area. Or you can do what we did & simply walk the trail around the bay and check out ...
What a day!! we did a 2.2 mile hike up to the highest peak in Acadia National Park, Cadillac Mountiain. It seemed longer than the 2.2 and every time you thought you were at the top you had to keep going. The last 1/2 mile was pretty steep but doable. We eat our peanut butter and jelly sandwiches at the top and had to decide which way to get down to our truck.
Well there were 2 or 3 ways down and after speaking to several people who had ...
... Boston. We dropped off 8 people at the Logan airport and the final six of our group were taken back to the hotel Omni Parker House in central Boston where it had all begun. So it was a series of goodbyes over several days, which was good in a way because you weren't trying to say goodbye to everyone at once, and not doing it properly. The heat of Boston hit like the proverbial fan forced oven as I stepped off of the bus for the final time...it hadn't improved since I ...
ultimately, all my senses were tantalized & satisfied..
... were right in their recommendation.
Apparently the lobster fishery thriving and is successfully self-regulated; the big breeding lobsters are too big to make it into the lobster traps while those too small to be taken must be returned alive but generally can escape on their own from the traps if they enter. The guide I had on my sea kayaking day trip said it seems to have something to do with sea urchin fishery since ...