Machias River Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... through here and we took to another 'pathway' to get to our camp in the southern Smoky Mountains NP. This is the most visited national park in the USA but I gotta say we found it relatively easy to get away from the crowds. We even found a 'primitive road' or two to drive and while they weren't very difficult there were very few vehicles on them. Saw a bit of wildlife too - 5 black bears, a few deer and some nice elk. After three days we ended up along the Cataloochee Valley, ...
... and ordered a Nutella crepe! We lingered for awhile and then checked out the Whale Museum. By 3pm we figured we'd better get the camper set up, so we did in the pouring rain! Once up we piled inside, cranked the heat and played games all afternoon. We decided to hit a restaurant for dinner to get us out of the campground- found one that had room for us but I couldn't order lobster because I didn't ...
... and were greeted by a quaint red brick building which houses a historical timeline of the island and FDR's years at Campobello as well as a small theater which features a 15 minute video showing the before and after of Campobello as told by FDR, Jr. We were greeted by extremely friendly New Brunswick natives who told us there were a few seats left for "Tea With Eleanor" an hour long tea and cookies gathering at a nearby cottage where we could learn more ...
Today we left the Antigonish Inn to go back to the USA for our stay in North Conway in the White mountains of New Hampshire. We stopped along the way at a little town called St George to have a look at a shop that sold blueberry products and the lady there was also the local information bureau. She told us about the picturesque resort town of St Andrews which was about a 30 minute drive from there and suggested that we spend the night there as the accomodation ...
It's been a while since my last update. It's incredible how much things you can experience in a short time. Just a week back we were in Key West, the most southern place of the USA. When we were standing at the statue of that place, that was actually the start of US 1. A road that stretches from the most southern tip of the US to the north of Maine. This is the place where we actually went over the border to St. Stephen Canada, so we visited the ...