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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and they both (along with their dates), were just gorgeous. We stayed a couple of weeks in CT before we headed up to Maine.
Stayed in Old Orchard Beach and Boothbay Harbor before we headed to Winter Harbor for a 3 week stay at the Mainstay RV Park. We had planned on staying longer, but we just weren't happy there. We scoped out the area and found a great campground in Bar Harbor. We are staying at the Bar ...
For my travel review I went to the Bar Harbor Fourth of July Celebration. This celebration is one of the biggest parades in Maine. In Bar Harbor every year around and on the 4th it is bumper to bumper and crazy in the town of Bar Harbor. For the size of the town it gets very busy. bar harbor seems to be the place to be in the peak of summer. So they day starts with an hour and half to two hour drive from my house. Next is the traffic problem, the way ...
We sailed into the bay at Bar Harbor, and what a very beautiful day and place as well. Because we knew we would have to anchor in the bay and take tenders into the port we were a bit nervous about whether we'd be able to get ashore. But the wind cooperated this time, and we had a wonderful day in Bar Harbor. We booked a tour of Acadia National Park along with a lobster bake. I know that many of you have been here, and may know that ...
... into the park to catch the loop road.
We thought we would stop at the Jordan Pond House for some popovers and tea, BUT it was packed with tourists and the wait for a table was almost an hour. Since we had already had them on Saturday, we decided it wasn't worth the wait and came back to the camper early. The dogs were happy to see us as they have been left alone quite a bit!!
Tomorrow is another hiking day but nothing as strenuous as Sunday!! ...
... next morning. It is the highest mountain in the region at over 1500ft above sea level. It was a tough hike and much different than our other hikes. The area is much rockier, with huge sheets of granite and a lot less shade on he trails. There was little forest and it was much drier and warmer than New Hampshire. It took us almost an hour and a half to reach the peak and it was well worth it. The views of the bays and the never ending Atlantic Ocean were breathtaking. We’ve ...