Seawall Motel

Address: 566 Seawall Road, Southwest Harbor, Maine, 04679, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 566 Seawall Road, Southwest Harbor, is near Maine State Sea Kayak, Bass Harbor Cruises, Quiet Side Cafe & Ice Cream Shop, and Wendell Gilley Museum of Bird Carving.
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      Travel Blogs from Southwest Harbor

      Southwest Harbor - Red Trails to Mordor

      A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Aug 30, 2014

      5 comments, 42 photos

      ... warned that dogs are not allowed on this trail due to the ladder and iron rungs leading up a shear portion of the trail. Later we think that perhaps folks over 50 years old should also not be allowed either?

      As we approach the trail we are reminded of a scene in the Lord of the Rings trilogy movie where Gollum lets the hobbits to the secret stairs near Minas Morgul called the Stairs of Cirith Ungol. Gollum turns to Frodo and Sam and commands ...

      All good things must come to an end...

      A travel blog entry by debdewalt on Mar 02, 2014

      7 comments, 8 photos

      ... surprise, I was seated at the head table with the Bolgers, the current Prime Minister Rt Hon John Key, Sir Ray Avery,a previous recipient of the award and Hon Tariana Turia the leader of the Mauri party. There was a welcome Haka performed from Mauri dancers as well as a local dance group and NZ performer Bic Runga. It was a festive, celebratory black tie event and though I was a complete stranger and clearly had no ...

      Diver Ed's Dive in Theater

      A travel blog entry by juliephilip on Aug 29, 2013

      3 comments, 29 photos

      ... were there early so had a chance to look round the museum which was excellent. It had displays of bird, marine and animal life found on the island, but all completed by the students of the college. The Ranger, Tara was already there and herded all the children outside at 2pm and talked to them about tide pools and in particular, safety around tide pools, both from the childrens perspective but also how to protect the delicate habitat of ...

      Acadia

      A travel blog entry by juliephilip on Aug 25, 2013

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... bit touristy, but in actual fact, it is a lovely town with lots of nice shops, yes selling the obligatory t-shirts and souvenirs, but not tacky at all. We found the NPS Park ranger office and got our Acadia pass and a hiking map and some other useful info. Acadia is an unusual National Park compared to others we have visited in that, it should probably cover the whole island, but can't because of houses and towns already established, so most of ...

      US Port - First & Last - Bar Harbor, ME

      A travel blog entry by peggy_sheldon on Oct 07, 2012

      6 photos

      ... served as we walked by holding your plate.

      Peggy and I had eaten whole lobster before along with several others at our table. However, Ann (from our nighttime dinner table) had not ever experienced having a whole lobster dinner. She had one of the wait staff "debone" the lobster and seemed squeamish about it. She told us later that she was pretty grossed out by the experience and would never do that again. However, she does ...