Motel East

Address: 23a Water St., Eastport, Maine, 04631, United States | Motel
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    Travel Blogs from Eastport

    Reversing Falls, Eastport, Maine, and Mustard

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Aug 27, 2014

    11 photos

    Yesterday we decided that we would check out the Eastport area since we could see it across the water almost everywhere we went.

    About mid morning, we headed out for Eastport and decided on the way to check out the reversing falls near Pembroke, Maine. We finally found the point where you can see the action of the water as the tide flows out of Dennys Bay and Whiting Bay and into Cobscook Bay. We had ...

    Day 3 - we meet some of the local residents!

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 10, 2013

    10 photos

    ... questions knowledgeably. We learned that Franklin Roosevelt had spent summers on Campobello since he was an infant, and developed a life-long love of sailing and the ocean. Since he was taught to sail by the local fishermen in the tricky currents that surround the island, he became a skillful sailor when he was just a boy.

    Of course, Franklin steered it through without a problem, earning the respect of the whole crew. Eleanor Roosevelt (a ...

    Day 8- Sailing and Whaling

    A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Sep 14, 2012

    5 photos

    ... naturalist who really caught everyone with her enthusiasm and knowledge and was eager to answer any questions. We saw minke whales, seals, harbor porpoises, and an incredible number of eagles-easily two dozen, often three or four at a time flying and perched in the trees on shore. We also went by the “Old Sow” – the largest tidal whirlpool ...

    Day 9 at Lubec

    A travel blog entry by tennyp on Aug 03, 2011

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... br> Continuing on to Eastport we went directly to the waterfromt to see Old Sow, a natural whirlpool when it is about 2 hours before high tide. I guess some days are better than others and today was not one of them. It was a disappointment.

    We went to a local restaurant where I had a lobster roll and Linda had a haddock sandwich. Then we went to Raye's Mustard Mill. It is in a building over 100 years old and the mustard is made as it was then. The ...

    And then there were four

    A travel blog entry by kochwebb on Aug 05, 2010

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... of the border. We found a half decent motel in town and had a great meal at a local restaurant. I had lobster for the second time this trip and it was excellent. From the silence at the table, I'm guessing the guys enjoyed their steaks as well. One of the waitresses was an old women with a stooped back that looked like the mother on "Throw Mama from the Train" and "The Goonies"...wierd. There's an ...