Motel 6 Portland
Travel Blogs from Portland
... once we're driving around Boston, right? Wrong! By complete luck we found the bridge and left the city. Things were going quite well until we arrived at my first intersection and I turned left onto the wrong side of the road! It was a major road so the only way to correct it was to reverse back into the intersection. On the plus point I now know where reverse is! We headed into Salem, which was a lot of fun - lots of alternative witch ...
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(Jefferson National Expansion Memorial - the Arch, Rocky Mountain National Park, Grand Teton ...
... waist high and felt refreshed enough to rest in the sun a little more. When the clouds came we packed up and went back to camp for a swim in the pool. There were more than a dozen people in the pool area and not one spoke english. Apparently this area is a big Quebecer vacation spot.
After dinner and laundry were done we drove into the little town of Kennebunkport to walk the ...
-Whole foods: Portland, me, eating the entire store then buying a dinner to take out to the harbor and sit in the back of the trunk to eat while watching the water and rain
... is good It has been in the family for 9 generations see http://kennebunkbeachmaine.com/seasidei nn/oceanfront-inn/history/ It is right on the beach.
The main part of Kennebunkport itself is very pretty with nice shops and restaurant but it really the coastline that is the attraction. Lots of lighthouses, beaches and villages to visit both north and south.
Maine is also the home of lobster and clams. Tried the clams which were OK but missed the lobster as they are ...