Quality Inn & Suites Maine Evergreen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... picked and prepared for each order. We agreed to sample as many flavors as possible, so we each ordered different entrees to pass and started with an interesting appetizer of smoked heritage pork tenderloin, lamb shank terrine and chicken liver pate. Arctic char, Atlantic scallops, wild black sea bass and hanger steak were our chosen entrees, along with sides of asparagus and bright garden carrots. We finished the meal with rhubarb galette and dark chocolate torte.
My afternoon ride was a short jaunt to Wiscasset, "Maine's Prettiest Village." Friday afternoon traffic was building rapidly as tourists flooded into the charming coastal town. The temperature soared and hit a high of 85 degrees; the weekend forecast was 100% sun and 0% ...
... up to Canada near Quebec. A captivating and picturesque drive past mountain, forest, and lake. Upon arriving at the border, I intended to drive thru Canada to Detroit. After having the van searched and my passport and license ran, they asked about my three DUIs. They then informed me that I could not enter the country. A U.S. customs agent told me that ...
... in the elementary grades.
The museum consists of four floors consisting of the following exhibits: At Home in Maine, To the Highest Standard, Popham Colony: Maine's First English Settlement, Back to Nature, Maine Gems, Cabinet of Curiosities, Maine Bounty: The People and Resources that shaped Maine, Made in Maine, Struggle for Identity, 12,000 Years in Maine, Tourmaline and the Rich Legacy of Mining at Mount Mica, and the new Malaga Island: Fragmented ...
... the summer. I did manage to go to the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum on campus, named after Bowdoin grads and Arctic explorers Robert Peary and Donald MacMillan. Bowdoin College and its grads have been heavily involved in Arctic Exploration for a century and a half, which I guess makes sense because Maine isn’t all that far from the ...