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... Today, it is a Bed and Breakfast resort. The dining room table was built for Joseph Pulitzer in 1893 as he stayed at the Manor for three summers while his home was being built on the island. On to the Looking Glass Restaurant for a slice of blueberry pie before heading to the Oceanarium where we learned about lobsters and lobstering and "met" a rare blue lobster. Most lobsters have red, yellow, and blue pigments in their shells giving them their brown color. The blue ...
... bites before being absolutely stuffed, but I was able to scarf down more than half of my gimungous short stack. As the food coma was settling in, we drove home to lay on the couch and digest.
The digesting didn't last long as we decided to have a day in Bar Harbor. We are trying to complete the Maine Beer Trail and we have two breweries near Bar Harbor that we need to hit up before we move. Because they close at ...
Bar Harbor today our first port and although a grey start the weather improves and we have a lovely day. We are on the first tender off the ship by dint of queuing for 30 minutes ahead of time so we can collect our tickets for Oli's Trolley tour round Acadia National Park.
We are so early the office isn't open so we take a walk round to re-familiarise ourselves with the town. It is very quiet and early in the season but much as we remember it a couple ...
... and that appears to be the only way to get there. I saved the beach for later and took the Ocean Path. This walk goes from the beach to the Otter Cliffs and is 1.5 miles. Most of the path is fairly even but there are some portions where you do a little climbing. Thunder Hole is .7 miles in on the walk. There is a small gift shop there as well as bathrooms and a bus stop. Thunder Hole wasn’t as loud as it had been on Friday, but it was ...
... we drove the loop road and went to the “Thunder Hole” at the recommended time. (You can get this at the visitor center so you won’t be disappointed in the display.) This is a dramatic spot with the incoming tide producing waves which crash into a cleft in the rocks to produce a roar on impact. (People were indeed standing too close to the edge-probably not a good idea :(
We tried Jordan Pond Restaurant again-still WAY too crowded-so instead we ...