MicMac Motel

Address: 317 Route One, York, Maine, 03909, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 317 Route One, York, is near Stonewall Kitchen, Old Gaol, George Marshall Store Gallery, and Elizabeth Perkins House.
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      Travel Blogs from York

      Confidence

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

      With first trimester successfully completed, it is safe to say that I have come a very far way from where I was at this time last year. I have way more confidence with Spanish. Verb conjugations, more vocab, and a better cultural understanding of Spanish speaking countries in my bag of tricks. I am very game oriented. ...

      On the East Coast.

      A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Sep 27, 2014

      12 photos

      ... F. A wonderful spot to have lunch looking over some very nice boats tied up while their passengers had lunch in the restaurant. There was a queue of boats waiting for a spot to tie up. We heard someone say she had never seen the place so busy. Not surprising on a glorious sunny day.

      After lunch headed east through Rochester and Dover avoiding the toll roads to arrive in Portsmouth. Drove down to the waterfront and saw a US Coast Guard ...

      TO THE LIGHTHOUSE: A Soliloquy

      A travel blog entry by annierose on Nov 22, 2012

      5 photos

      ... stars can provide directions, and while Cape Neddick Lighthouse stands on Nubble Island about 100 yards off The Point in the village of York Beach ~ travellers can avoid dangers. No rugged coastlines nor submerged reefs can ruin her guidance….it has stood since time immemorial and this will become Maine’s sea mark both day and night. As we walked away to continue our New England trip, I found serenity and calmness. ...

      It's Official

      A travel blog entry by smcollins on Jul 26, 2011

      7 comments

      ... main street. I was pushing for "The Friendly Toast" but I guess everyone was sick of breakfast foods after the terrible continental breakfasts we've been suffering through every morning. We put our name in at the Portsmouth Brewery which was packed, but as we were there we ran into Al, his wife, and Tony. We tried for a table of ten but the wait was ridiculous. Everyone split up and looked for somewhere else to eat. We managed to come back together near the brewery at some bar ...

      In My Footsteps: Ipswich, Mass.

      A travel blog entry by cjsetterlund on Jul 01, 2010

      ... cog of the Ipswich Historical Society. Built in 1800 the house was the dwelling of John Heard who was a prominent merchant in Ipswich. He dealt all over the world with a large concentration of his dealing being in China and the West Indies. The descendants of John Heard lived in this large home until it was purchased by the ...