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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... that is that we won't be playing quoits or shuffleboard on the outside decks which are wet through, cold and pretty miserable. There should be TT for me and line dancing for Chris so all is not lost and I may still win a much needed second sticker. Breakfast beckons after which hopefully the days programme will have been sorted and we'll know what we are doing. Unfortunately a sticker did not appear at TT as I got knocked out in the ...
We really had on idea how many islands there are up here either. We even found one shaped like a heart!
When we landed we got to tour an old B-17 bomber. It had Gretta Garbo on the outside of it as the pin up girl. The bombs and bullets were all still in place. They even had a mannequin in the tail section to show what that was like. How they ever got anyone over the age of three into that tiny little section is beyond me! It was ...
... meals in a day not bad in the culinary department .
Breakfast was pastries from the place opposite and we continued our way north . Our expectations of this part of the trip were not realised ; expecting rocky shores and wild scenery we drove though a lot of very well to do suburbia . Many of the places on the way were summer holiday venues now well into their winter recess a bit like the set of "on the beach "but ...
... see it. The Park Loop is one way for a good portion and is two lanes so slower vehicles can be passed if you are not of the pokey variety. I am when I’m traveling along a new scenic route so it was nice to be able to go at my own pace and not hold up others who could care less about taking a picture of the road. The brief glimpses I did get of the coast and the inland lakes and ponds makes me excited to ...
... was in a small home style cafe famed for its delicious blueberry pie, in Mathias, an area of Maine known for its wild blueberries. Frank took us through the town centre of Augusta, which we'd basically bypassed on the way up, and we saw more beautiful historic buildings, including the domed capital building. We had frequent glimpses of the lovely coastlines of Maine, as we continued travelling on towards Bar Harbour (pronounced Ba Ha Ba) in Maine accent! It's famed ...