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Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor
... and whisked me off for a wee bit of much needed primping time and then on to their lovely beach front apartment just outside of Auckalnd overlooking Hauraki Bay. Spectacular views and dinner with their long time friend, business partner and boat captain. I slept very, very soundly in the lap of luxury of their guest room.
Final days were a whirlwind and hard to describe. I won't be able to do every thing ...
... fog, but we got off Just in time meet our 12.30 tour 'Best of Both Worlds' – still foggy and light rain – Queen Mary 2 docked out from here as well and passengers being tendered off.
This island is 12 mile by 15 mile, with a bridge to the mainland (state of Maine) but certainly seemed bigger than that as we drove around the loop in ...
... see it. The Park Loop is one way for a good portion and is two lanes so slower vehicles can be passed if you are not of the pokey variety. I am when I’m traveling along a new scenic route so it was nice to be able to go at my own pace and not hold up others who could care less about taking a picture of the road. The brief glimpses I did get of the coast and the inland lakes and ponds makes me excited to ...
... time. We found that at the bottom of the loop we could cut through some of the picnic areas and actually get off the NPS road and back on the Maine highway system. Its not very well marked but saves a lot of time. We headed back early and dropped Christa off at the laundromat to get started on our first round of laundry. I took girls back to apartment with a list of things to clean up and went back to help Christa. Dinner was KFC and Taco Bell.
... and it was very peaceful to walk through.
We then went back to Acadia and walked one of the carriage trails near Jordan Pond seeing three of the stone bridges that were built for the trails. Each stone had to be cut by hand to be fit into place by the bridge builder. These bridges were built in the 1930's and are spread throughout the parks 57 miles of carriage trails. After returning to Jordan Pond we had dinner which included more popovers. Yum Yum.
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking