Saco Motel

473 Main St., Saco, Maine, 04072, United States | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Saco

Maine to Atlanta (and beyond!)

A travel blog entry by jeanpaulj

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... will...

  • Help me learn more about BCD Travel: its values, practices and corporate environment
  • Teach me about how BCD interacts with, retains, and contracts, new clients
  • Show me to what extent BCD is able to retain a consistent corporate identity (and feel) in spite of its large size not to mention its geographical, cultural and linguistic diversity
I'll develop these expectations a bit more over the coming weeks. For now, to Atlanta!


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New England Coastal Tour

A travel blog entry by gbaillie

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... main industries back then were lumber, farming and fishing (including whaling). Unlike Boston, most of the houses are made of wood. Today the fishing remains while tourism has taken over from farming and lumber, there are whale watching tours rather than whale hunting. All the way up the coast there are areas of salt water marsh which is where the shellfish and lobster spawn. These marshes are protected as without them the clam and lobster industry would not survive. Clam ...

Rain and Lobsters

A travel blog entry by maryellenandbob

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... deal of traffic through the picturesque Maine town. We arrived at our hotel and were able to check in early. Katie and Robert had left welcome bags for all their guests which were coolers full of treats and goodies, including umbrellas! We went to Barbara and Joel's home (which is a beautiful victorian home a few houses from the water!) and met up with Oliver and Heidi, Susan, and cousin Kevin ...

And when it came to pass, we shopped!!

A travel blog entry by rollingstone54

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... up here (Gritty’s) later at night the same day as we had literally shopped til we dropped and also until most of the restaurants were closed. Take note that most of them close in Freeport by 9pm. Therefore, Gritty’s it was for chips (they make their own chips not fries) and Karl had the meatloaf.All meals were enjoyed so we recommend Gritty’s for a bite and especially for their in-house brewed beer!!Coincidently, both days we ...

Further adventures of CoB and MoB

A travel blog entry by rollingstone54

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... rustic than we expected, so we hemmed and hawed about staying here, however, in the end we decided to stay two days instead of our original three. As things sometimes happen, the place kinda grew on us, despite this, we still decided to leave after two nights. Once we had made the decision to stay, we needed to get some grub, ahhh we thought... steaks on the barbie would be nice, until we saw the Barbie. So off to the Supermarket we ambled, ...

 

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