- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... s life, trials and tribulations. We joined about 18 other people at Hubbard Cottage and sat down at a table with adorable pink china and two other people. They were from Minnesota and were hiking and touring their way up the eastern seaboard. Carolyn, a devout historian, recounted tales from Eleanor's life in an engaging and interesting way, while Violet kept our tea glasses full. About thirty minutes into the tea, they switched roles. Violet, a devout fan ...
... Sr. ran a dairy farm in Brewster, MA. It's a small world after all, Abigail Ann!
I copied the following excerpt from the Bates College magazine website: "During his five decades as a physician, Robert G. MacBride became a beloved Down East country doctor, poet, and pioneer in rural medical care. After graduating from Boston Univ. Medical School, he served in the U.S. ...
... we saw it yesterday, and watched several seals feeding.
From there, we drove back into the US and had a late lunch/early dinner. We had heard that the Water Street Tavern and Inn was a good place to eat, but it was closed on Tuesdays. That was unfortunate for us as we went across the street to Cohill’s Inn. The beer was cold and tasted good, but that is all we have to say.
We returned to the coach after another great ...
... lead to different nature areas in Campobello Park. The furthest drive goes out to Liberty Point at the southern end of the island. Here you can also occasionally spot whales (I did not) and lots of birds and maybe a seal pulling out onto a rock at low tide. While a jumping humpback whale would have made my year, the craggy rocks and crashing surf were enough to satisfy me.
Time to head back towards Bar Harbor. The guy ...
We had such a busy day today, but it was very interesting! Breakfast was over by 8:30, and then we enjoyed a talk called "When Eleanor Arrived". It was given by Linda, and she told us about some of the beautiful, unique qualities of Campobello which would have attracted people like Eleanor Roosevelt (people who could spend their vacations anywhere in the world), and kept her coming back year after year. She brought in all sorts ...