Quality Inn & Suites Maine Evergreen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... watched the parade of boats flowing past us, glistening under brilliant sun drenched skies. After a walk in the historic port village, we visited the Starlight Cafe for take out sandwiches. A perfect waterfront picnic spot was just paces away from the cafe.
Maine- wow! If they only had about 4 less months of winter, I would probably move there tomorrow. A large state with one great view after another. It even smells nice ( mostly). And most of the state is blanketed with lakes, which can never be a bad thing. I started out by taking U.S. 1 up the coast, slow-going but well worth it. At first you encounter a string ...
... our tickets from the clerk. The front desk is actually inside one of the floor exhibits and right across from their gift shop. The museum was very quiet and there were very few people there that day. I was surprised at how low cost the tickets were. My ticket cost $2 and my sisters $1. The admission fees are $2 for adults, $1 for children ages 6 through 18, and children under 6 get in for free. For a family the cost is $6, maximum, and for senior citizens (aged 62 ...
... ranked as having the best on-campus food in the country, so I guess that makes the extra money you have to pay worth it.
A stopped at Bowdoin mostly to go to the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, also ranked as one of the best college art museums in the country. Wouldn’t you know it, though, the museum was closed for ...
... but I stopped essentially for the art museum, which is supposed to be especially strong on paintings by American artists. The museum was open but under construction in a significant expansion, and only a few token galleries were open. One of the things I’m learning is that the summer months when school is not in session is not a good time to try to visit college art ...