Marginal Way House and Motel

Address: 22 - 24 Wharf Lane, Ogunquit, Maine, 03907, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 22 - 24 Wharf Lane, Ogunquit, is near Ogunquit Beach, Ogunquit Beach District, Finestkind Scenic Cruises, and Ogunquit Memorial Library.
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    Travel Blogs from Ogunquit

    UNH - Home of the Wildcats

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Feb 28, 2015

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    ... for excepted). This leads to property taxes being the primary
    source of government revenue and being quite high relative to other states, a
    situation that makes New Hampshire a paradise for high income people willing to
    live modestly but place where old folks on fixed incomes all have to rent out
    rooms in their homes to afford their property taxes if they want to hold on to
    them. Bob and Susan live in one of those rooms, a one-room with alcove basement


    A travel blog entry by apot-of-flowers on Dec 02, 2014

    ... Beat the buzzer (students are broken up into teams, the teacher holds up a vocab card and students hit their buzzer when they know the word in Spanish)
    -Speed conjugating (students try their bast to match how to say something in Spanish and English in pairs on white boards)

    Stumbled upon this on NatGeo, enjoy.

    Enroute Nord

    A travel blog entry by charmedlife on Aug 19, 2013

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    ... the MicMaqs and Passamaquoddy tribes, who continue to lend their culture and spirit to the land. And when the British won the Seven Year's War, many settlers from New England and Pennsylvania settled here. Later families from Scotland, England and Ireland made their homes in New Brunswick, so that the population know is about 750,000 folks. We set out to meet some of these people and to get to know the land, wildlife and food of the area. Tally ho!


    My big Hello

    A travel blog entry by theforeignpath on May 09, 2013

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    ... new people,hearing stories and being able to travel this amazing world. I thank my lucky stars i stumbled across this opportunity.It has brought me to the most amazing places i could ever imagine. My posts will be a mixture of personal stories,reviews,tips and ideas for all those who wander a foreign path.

    I will finish up tonight with telling you a little bit about me. My name is Heather. I am married to the coolest guy ever,who is also in ...

    Ogunquit - Maine Seaside Idyll

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 02, 2012

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    ... friendly beach destination. I had already eaten breakfast and the town’s center was showing full summer holiday weekend congestion, but the Ogunquit Museum of American Art a short distance south of the town center has several attractive galleries and beautiful grounds with sculptures displayed through the gardens. The museum has a no photography policy, but backs out to the town’s harbor for some last views of coves on the Maine ...