Lodge at Kennebunk Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... then it has gotten progressively better as we traveled south. I can't explain this but the trees were not changing in Canada except near the border. As we get further into Maine it has been more colorful. I didn't download the pictures from the camera before it went back with CW. So I missed the pictures of Kip and the few I took of Acadia. Carolyn flys out early so we say our goodbyes. It has been a few quicks weeks making our own memories. I'm lonely already. 179 ...
Ostatnio nie za bardzo mialem internet zeby cos wrzucac, wiec po krotce bylismy w oceanarium w Filadelfii, mieli tam rekiny i duze hipopotamy, wynajelismy samochod zeby pojechac do six flags i Atlantic city, w six flags bylo super, nie bylo kolejek na rozne kolejki gorskie a maja ich tam duzo, teraz zmierzamy do Atlantic city, potem zostanie nam jeszcze Washington i nowy ...
... Walk is its affordability. To participate in the Art Walk itself is absolutely free seeing as it takes place on public streets, and even most of the private art galleries such as the Portland Museum of Art admit people for no cost. Other than the cheap parking, the only costs you will need to account for are food at one of the amazing restaurants along the main road and side streets, and money for souvenirs if you choose to buy some of the ...
... for dusk to set in as we were heading somewhere rather special for sunset!
Now for those of you who have seen the classic film 'Forrest Gump' cast your mind back to when Forest just starts running and ends up running the entire length of the country. Half way through his run he reaches a lighthouse on the East Coast and having reached a dead end (the lighthouse) decides to turn ...
... New England lighthouse). Similar to the Nubble Lighthouse in York, Maine, we could have stared at the Portland Head Light for hours and the view never would have gotten old. Simply put, it was picturesque. With the fog siren blasting every 30-60 seconds, it felt like we were preparing to welcome a ship to dry land. Once we left the lighthouse, our journey took us west through southern Maine and into the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Back in ...