- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... way to the historic and impressive King Ranch, still over 800,000acres and what incredible acres they are. Santa Gertrudis cattle originated here back in the 1880's and were named after the local river the property was developed around. King Ranch introduced the cattle line to Australia when they owned a few millions acres of northern Oz back in the 1960-70s, but they sold those holdings years ago to concentrate on their US properties. Now I know farming and cattle properties may ...
... take a train to Eastport, Maine and then fishermen would take them from there to the island. However, when FDR became Secretary of the Navy, he commandeered a US Navy cruiser to take him to his vacation destination. There was some uproar about that back then, but I can only imagine how that would have been covered today on the news.
There were a bunch metal and/or iron structures out in the Bay and we found out that ...
... she dramatically read her favorite quote by Eleanor, followed by Eleanor's favorite story, and how many people attended her funeral, each guest receiving their own 5 second pause. Having gone over the hour mark, Carolyn offered everyone a chance to escape, but no one dared. Carolyn briefly filled us in on Eleanor's involvement in Civil Rights before giving us the freedom to tour the downstairs of the Hubbard House. The house had original furniture, ...
... Corps as chief of obstetrics and gynecology at Gorges Hospital, Canal Zone, until 1948 when he began private practice in his hometown, Lubec. He delivered 5,500 babies, occasionally under unusual circumstances, including one instance when an expectant father rowed a dory over the bay from Campobello Island to Lubec in a snowstorm and then rowed Dr. MacBride, his wife, and a nurse back ...
... Head Lighthouse. This is the furthest Easterly point in the USA.
A nice looking lighthouse and would have been a nice place to camp. Nice soft grass and out of the wind.
On the way into town I nearly took the exit onto the bridge that would have taken me onto an island and back into Canada. That would have been awkward.
Along the harbour I noticed the water moving around. It was another whirlpool. I didn't know they ...