Motel East

Address: 23A Water St, Eastport, Maine, 04631-1529, United States | Motel
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        Travel Blogs from Eastport

        From Texas to the most Eastern Point of the USA

        A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Aug 20, 2015

        43 photos

        ... Saint Croix Island - one of the first European settlements in North America north of Mexico and established by the French in1604. There are some great bronze statues illustrating the site, which is actually not on the island but on the shore nearby. Access to the island is only by boat.

        From there we headed to Calais, which is a fairly major town on the USA side of the border although only one fuel outlet sells diesel! Then it was down to the river and the border post - ...

        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 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 ...

        Why was the Cadillac called Cadillac?

        A travel blog entry by omilders on Sep 01, 2012

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        ... to spend six months there. Because of his influence in that time, the highest mountain of the island was named after him. But he was known for his alias 'Sieur de Cadillac', so the mountain was called Mount Cadillac.

        Later he went on and founded many outpost for business as far as Louisiana. But he also founded Fort Ponchartrain du Detroit, the foundation of modern Detroit. Many years later in the twentieth century in his honor a ...

        Covered bridges and seacoast towns

        A travel blog entry by dugnjulie on Jul 10, 2011

        38 photos

        ... plenty to see and do. Lots of restaurants and shops.
        We drove to St. George to see some covered bridges. Saw an amazing natural gorge that has a natural falls and a salmon ladder and an old mill on the Magaguadavic River. Very picturesque.