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Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor
... for the meal I sent back. For us this was a 2/5.
Next day we went to the Café This Way on Rodick Street to get lobster rolls. Well, we paid nearly $50 US for two lobster rolls on hot dog buns with chips (not fries) just chips. Waaaayyyyy overpriced! And again only so-so… maybe 3/5. Enough said..
The final night of our stay at Bar Harbour we decided to take another chance and treat ourselves to Italian…Mama DiMatteo’s – one word - Devine!!! It ...
... about an hour to get through the loop with occasional stops here and there to snap shots of the beautiful coast line. The seagulls seem to own the parking lots here, perching on visitors cars and standing there ground relentlessly.
The coast up here is surreal with granite rock cliffs and deep, dark pine trees everywhere. The seawater was very calm the whole time we were here. At almost every bay you could see hundreds of buoys dotting the surface of the water ...
... a current location/weather channel like NCL or Celebrity ships have.
The waiters on deck 15 for the buffet will serve you coffee and water - you don't have to serve yourself. Very nice change from NCL and Celebrity.
For dinner I had:
Deep fried sushi with bacardi wasabi emulsion
Tandori fire-roasted tiger prawns with yogurt raita & saffron Basmati rice and crisp poppadums (ie rice potato chips)
Frozen chocolate praline tort with almond florentine crisp
I went back to the visitor center parking, took the bus to Jordan Pond, did some shopping and then headed into Bar Harbor. By then it was a little sunny and not too cold for walking around. I had lunch at a place called Testa’s. The people at the table across from me all ordered the lobster and it was fun to watch them attempt to eat it. I had the fish sandwich and it was ok. After lunch, I decided to ...
We got up early in the morning, got ready, ate breakfast then we head to a town called Portsmouth which is 15 miles from Durham. The town is on the river, Pascataqua. When we got to Portsmouth, we parked and walked around the area. The town has a drawbridge that goes up and down every 10 -15 mins, we got off the bridge and saw it being raised. We walked around the plaza for a while, then had lunch at a local Mexican ...