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... main industries back then were lumber, farming and fishing (including whaling). Unlike Boston, most of the houses are made of wood. Today the fishing remains while tourism has taken over from farming and lumber, there are whale watching tours rather than whale hunting. All the way up the coast there are areas of salt water marsh which is where the shellfish and lobster spawn. These marshes are protected as without them the clam and lobster industry would not survive. Clam ...
... for me but great for the checkbook. Today we went on a garden tour in Kittery. I do not have garden envy but I love to live vicariosly through others gardens. These were some of the best.
... of the Salem witch monument and that was enough of Salem for us.
Our next stop was Kennebunkport, Maine. It was such a quaint little seaside town! There were great little specialty shops and restaurants. The downtown area actually reminded me of the shops and streets in Europe. We turned onto Ocean Avenue and drove the narrow two lane road along the coast. Along the way, we pulled off on the side of the road and walked out to the Saint Anne church. ...
Hit the bridge at 10:30 - still cold. Drove through New Brunswick - still cold. Crossed the border -still cold. Get as far as Bangor and it's getting WARM!!!! Finally got to a high of 20 degrees!!!!!! It was wonderful! Stayed in York Maine at a ...
... and dripping out the bottom…put a trash bag on the floor to collect the water and down the road we continued. Two – there is an annoying whistle on the front passenger side. This became very annoying since the darn radio does not work. Three – Having trouble with the air conditioners – both dashboard and coach – as they are both blowing 65 degree ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility