Pleasant Mountain Inn

565 N High Street (Route 302), Bridgton, Maine, 04009, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 565 N High Street (Route 302), Bridgton, is near Bridgton Twin Drive-In, Bridgton Twin Drive-In, Deertrees Theatre and Cultural Center, and Gallery 302.
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    Travel Blogs from Bridgton

    Yarmouth,NS to Silver Lake, NH

    A travel blog entry by justasplash on Sep 05, 2014

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    Tuesday brought us more fog but we waited for the ferry from Portland to tie up before we left Yarmouth Harbor. We were in fog all the way across the Bay of Fundy. We were in touch with the Fundy Traffic Control as we crossed the shipping channel and had to slow down for a LNG tanker to cross our bow about four miles in front of us but we never saw it. As we entered Seal Cove, we were still in the fog but as we proceeded in we were able to see some land ...

    Port Kent to North Conway

    A travel blog entry by k-rod on Sep 03, 2014

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    ... a college town so it seemed very funky,modern, environmentally aware and rural.

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    We decided to drive through northern Vermont and New Hampshire across the ...

    DAY 4 - S. PORTLAND - JACKSON VILLAGE

    A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... are treated and enjoy the shows. Even so we had a thought in the back of our minds saying 'captive animals being made to perform for humans. This isn't right'. We left before the end. Then came the train ride. The most surreal experience you could ever have. So surreal, that we feel like we need to give a bit more detail here. We boarded the rear of the four train carriages, which all had open sides so you could look out and waited for the ...

    No lobster yet!

    A travel blog entry by mikenda on Jul 29, 2014

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    We started today with chats with our camp neighbors. They gave us some great info on roads to take and wished us well. Today we leave Vermont on our quest for Maine lobster.
    The state is beautiful. The farms are sprawling and mixed with lots of lakes and rivers. I hope we continue to see more covered bridges.
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    CAMPERS INCOMING!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by wheelsnthrills on Jun 24, 2014

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    So, Hi,

    Im sat here in the staff computer lounge with theeeee slowest connection, struggling for words at the moment.

    TODAY IS THE DAY!!!

    After 2 LONG weeks of training and staff week, the kids are due to arrive in just a few hours.

    We've had a long week of training and programming giving us the skills to amazing counsellors, and to help these kids have an ...