Boothbay Harbor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it ended up costing us in lost gambling money anyways. The food was good at the buffet. We drove to the Bay of Fundy Hopewell Rocks which had closed for the season but we were still able to hike in to view the highest tide in the world. Impressive! From there the coastal route along Hwy 114 to Saint John and it was a crummy road under construction. In Saint John we parked at the Walmart overnite ...
We spent a relaxed morning looking out to sea and reading. We explored the local area, stopping at Popham Beach. A beautiful beach which was exactly how we both pictured Maine. We had lunch by the river at Bath, a small ship builder town. We then explored further up the coast to Boothbay. Another relaxed evening at the resort, including some games like ping pong and shuffle board at the ...
... apparently three million lobster traps off the Maine coast. Portland is a port town as the name suggests. Andrew was happy to find a craft beer shop here so made some purchases... Nothing particularly great about pumpkin beer. We arrived at Sebasco in the dark. Upgraded to the ...
... excited to be finally getting to interact with professionals. We are up early and drive the RV to "our guys" Randy and Scott. Scott spends time listening to the detailed description of the problem, he confirms again their experienced staff, facilities, equipment, and training can handle this issue – NO problem. The only snag is that they may have a challenge having the necessary time, but still promised to fit us in ASAP. They completely understand that we ...
We decide to stop for lunch and a few drinks in famed Boothbay Harbor. I'd never been there, but heard soooooo much about this little town we needed to stop and see what the fuss was about.
Ok - it's pretty darn sweet. Into East Bay first, we follow rolling hills of forest around curves with peek-a-boo views of the harbor, and the cutest little diner/general store/post office ever. Unfortunately, it was full because it was ...