- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... miles from the Maine coast, we finally came out of the fog to a beautiful blue sky with a shore line of green spruce and golden rocks. We continued on to Bar Harbor but didn't get in until 5:30PM, so we couldn't clear customs. We found a town mooring for the night. About 9:00AM, we called customs only to hear that we would have to wait a couple of hours for customs officials to come from Bangor to clear us. We spent the time cleaning the boat and packing. ...
... range on our way to Maine and stop at dark. The Kancamagus Pass was an amazing drive. The leaves were turning their autumn red and the sunset was a cracker.
Both states are lightly populated so the drive was entirely rural and on back roads. After we had descended the range and the light was fading we pulled off the road, booked a hotel and bought some take ...
... and it still falls apart. ) The fly started "spitting" water in heavy down pours. The rain fly is never tight, it sags, even using the guy lines. When it gets wet, the rain fly will touch the tent body, allowing condensation to run down the side of the body, into the UNSEALED seam by the tub....and into the tent. When you have to get out of the tent, the damn zipper on the rain fly catches the zipper cover and jams up....at least 3 out of 4 ...
... that section, we decided to go back to Hikers Welcome Hostel, to let my foot/knee rest for two days. We camped by the lake - gorgeous view, the fog rolling over the mountains & lake!! Friday, Aug 08 2014 Early up, early to the trail head - to wait for our ride back to the hostel! We talked to a guy in an SUV, it had Hiking For Heros on the side. His son is hiking the A.T., he is now driving the support vehicle. He had original started with his son, but ...
"Be careful, there's no fuel, no food, no cell service out there!" The day started well, we were up early to enjoy our complimentary breakfast before we hit the road inland towards the White Mountains. The day was a series of stops at some of the most beautiful and scenic places we have ever been. We stopped at a Ranger info stop and were given the ominous advice above. The roads were winding and the views were amazing - like a series of Lord of ...