- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Margaretta Inn Machias
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... in Machias. With other physicians he initiated the Medex degree program in Maine's physician assistant program. "Dr. Bob" received the Outstanding Community Service Award from the Catholic Diocesan Board of Maine in 1979 and was selected Practitioner of the Year by the National Rural Health Assn., which in his acceptance speech he said was "wicked good." And on Dr. Robert G. MacBride Day ...
... the ferry dock, then proceeded to drive the 10 miles down to the other end of the island. The last part of our Bay of Fundy experience is to view the "Old Sow Whirlpool" formed by strong currents colliding from Passamaquoddy Bay into Bay of Fundy. I have seen similar in Puget Sound while boating but these are right off the tip of island and form large pools. Again, the tides were not as strong as when a full moon but ...
... The owner said camp where you like and it's $20. It was cold and windy so we pitched by the bank and reeds.
Shell went to bed at 6.30 as it had already gotten dark. I stayed up and typed this up in the dark.
Once I finished I went up to the toilet block. There I sat doing my business when someone else came in and did their thing. As they left, without washing their hands I might add, they turned the frickin light off ! ...
... 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 ...
... those host families and start to take classes. I'm uploading 2 pictures so people can see my new short haircut for Spain, my suitcases, and my awesome new friendship bracelet. I tried to say goodbye in person to some people. Lacie was a big help to my mom and me on Thursday with some of the packing. I think her presence helped to calm us both down. :) I wish I could have seen more people before I left, but I will keep in touch. ...