Red Barn Restaurant & Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Waving a grateful goodbye to the Cotter clan and thanking them for all of their kind maritime hospitality, we set our sails towards Halifax and Lunenburg. Maybe our internal GPS is faulty, because as we drove into the foggy rain with forecasts of hurricanes, we ended up heading west and within no time we were in rainy, misty New Brunswick. We had a marvellous breakfast at the Parkview Inn, Oxford NS, ...
... butter and egg salad" sandwich. It was actually pretty good.
Kaitlyn - Today was awesome! We got up early and drove to Acadia, set up camp and laughed at silly lunch combinations (peanut butter and egg salad sandwich, eaten by Leithe and Isabel!). Then we went sea kayaking...IT WAS SOOOOOOOO AWESOME! We got to be out there for 3 hours and we had such a great time! Then we came back and had a GREAT dinner - tacos in a bag!!!
I had a slow and lazy day. I slept in until just after 7 am and then had one of my favorite hotel breakfasts: a waffle drowned is syrup with a steaming cup of coffee. Janet was sitting with a lady named Cindy Keenan from South Carolina when I arrived and so Cindy kept me company after Janet left. Cindy is an avid traveller and has visited every state in the USA at one point in time. She had worked in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming so she has seen ...
... wondrous mountains. A visit to Acadia National Park is definitely the right choice to make, there is never a boring moment on this island.
Acadia National Park is surrounded by 49,000 beautiful acres of Mountains, rock bound coasts and beautiful towns. When someone visits Maine for the very first time, Acadia National Park definitely needs to be part of their itinerary. Maine is such a beautiful state with so many ...
... us with local honey. And just to settle my final observation we learned that Kobra the Kat had been adopted on their travels and had become their fearless guard-cat. We were sad to leave, but took with us a renewed sense of encouragement that we were not alone on our wanderings.
With not much time left in the day we decided to make it a short day and set up camp early. Luck seemed to be on our side. For the first time on our trip we had ...