International Motel

Address: 276 Main St., Calais, Maine, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 276 Main St., Calais, is near Chocolate Museum, Estate Little La Grange & Lawaetz Museum, Davis Bay, and North Shore.
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    Chocolate chocolate chocolates

    A travel blog entry by linda.edwards on Aug 11, 2015

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    ... well worth the time we shared there. It was refreshing change to scenery and buildings plus copious amounts of history.


    I must say that St Andrews was an incredible place to visit and for both of us, it would be one to re-visit, heritage homes and buildings in great condition dating back to 1784 and real vibrancy about the Town itself with folks we met and spoke to.

    Started back down the trail and ended up in St. Stephens, ...

    Homeward bound...our last day on the road.

    A travel blog entry by minaco on Mar 09, 2014

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    We were once again up at 5:30 to get ready for our 7:00 departure. The hotel was very nice as it had been recently renovated. Very comfortable beds and lots of room with a spacious bathroom. Breakfast had been arranged just for our group in a private meeting room. However, they had not prepared properly for a group of 40+ people. There was only one four slice toaster with a single loaf of bread set out nearby. There ...

    Day 4 - singing to the sea creatures

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 11, 2013

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    ... continental breakfast items. A hearty meal to send us on our way! Immediately after breakfast, though, the group spent a little time with Daphne Savage, a park interpreter and naturalist who showed us many examples of the sealife that lives along the coast of Campobello. Then she led us on a short beachcombing walk, where we had a chance to gather a few interesting shells or stones as mementos of our visit. We all walked out along a dock and could see from ...

    Day 14: Bangor, ME (Fairfield Inn)

    A travel blog entry by dlmitchell71 on Jul 13, 2012

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    Before leaving the park we paid a visit to Bar Harbor. Bar Harbor is a really nice small town just outside of Acadia National Park. I could tell immediately that Bar Harbor is a favorite among visitors to Acadia National Park. There were a number of tour buses unloading and many more that were parked. We visited a few shops and toured the waterfront of Bar Harbor. The waterfront offers some nice views of the harbor and of course ...

    Alive and Well, Just No internet Service

    A travel blog entry by pointer on Sep 22, 2011

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    ... Age. Our college-age waitress was darling and is very interested in travel so of course we had to tell her about Maritz. She took our email address so she can let us know if that goes anywhere!.

    Driving in heavy fog (which seems to be typical of the coast) we arrived in St. John’s around noon. Because of the weather spent the whole afternoon in the St. John Museum so do have a good feel (vicariously) of this area. Off this evening for dinner by the famous Reversing ...