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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TripAdvisor Reviews Atlantic Eyrie Lodge Bar Harbor
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... the day in Acadia National Park . Rockefeller donated 11,000 of the parks 47,000 acres. We made stops at: Sand Beach - Snuggled between mountains - water temperature 55 degrees Thunder Hole - Just before high tide the water explodes 40' high Otter Point - An inlet - didn't see any otters Wildwood Stables - Carriage rides are available Jordon Pond - Glacier feed pond Bubble Pond Blue Hill Bay Cadillac Mountain 1,530' - highest point on the East Coast Lot's of ...
Today was a different day on our trip - we took it slowly! We tried to sleep late, but much like we found in Alaska, it becomes light outside around 4 am. That makes sleeping late difficult; however, we managed sleeping until around 8 today. When we got up. Tommy cooked country style ham outside on a griddle, and I finally figured out the convection oven and baked biscuits. We were surprised at ...
... most “Maine” restaurant in Bar Harbor. It has amazing food and a great atmosphere for people who just want to relax. I ordered their “Maine Shirley Temple,” which is made with blueberry flavored grenadine and real Maine soda. I also ordered Caesar Salad and had them add shrimp. It was really good.
After enjoying a great meal, you need to walk up the street to an excellent place to get dessert…Ben ...
... much of the land for the park. The lakes and ponds freeze in winter, but not the harbour. Summer temperatures are 25c and winter -3c with 5 ft of snow for the season. Surprisingly Bar Harbour is on the same latitude as South France, but has a different climate due to the very cold Atlantic waters.
Last stop was at Cleftstone Manor, a stately home ...
... exciting in them.
After a fish and chips lunch from the neighboring restaurant we headed on to our next stop which was Owls Head Light in Rockland. This was another nice lighthouse to see and by now we have learned that is best to ask the locals for directions when we get into the general area, we would not have found this one had we not asked or it would have taken us a lot longer.
We then headed for Camden which was another adventure. We had ...