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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Prosecco and local blueberry tarts.
We wake the next day reveling (or did I mean reviling?) in the realization that we have been legally wedded for 35 years! We celebrate first by enjoying a great breakfast at a local spot with the centerpiece being Maine-ly Main Blueberry Pancakes - YUMMY. Since we have been slacking off and taking the easier rated routes for a couple of days, we decide to take on a hike level of: “Strenuous” (on ...
... 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 ...
... tonight so we take a gamble on Rupuninis Bar & Grill. Mr Fletche enjoys his smoked pork chops; my elk burger is so so. The Samuel Adams lager however goes down well. We familiarise ourselves with the town centre before heading back to homebase. In the communal lounge, we are accosted by a lovely – but talkative – American couple who decide to take us under their wing. This is their 19th visit to ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...