Sunnyside Motel & Cottages
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... scared the lady next to him away and called her a walrus. I could tell the flight attendants were even having trouble being nice to him. The only thing I could think of was how Lance Drake would handle this situation.
We arrived to Portland, Maine without incident. After waiting for our luggage for nearly 20 minutes, we decided it was lost because of the Indianapolis plane switch. Once getting ...
... Their were a few in Bar Harbor that were open. We didn't
eat at any of them but their were a few that I later checked and had
great reviews. Galyn's is a nice, traditional seafood restaurant
located near the water. They have a lovely view and a nice
atmosphere. Side street cafe is a small restaurant a little ways
aways from the main downtown area. They a small and good if you just
want to have a nice, American ...
... that is that we won't be playing quoits or shuffleboard on the outside decks which are wet through, cold and pretty miserable. There should be TT for me and line dancing for Chris so all is not lost and I may still win a much needed second sticker. Breakfast beckons after which hopefully the days programme will have been sorted and we'll know what we are doing. Unfortunately a sticker did not appear at TT as I got knocked out in the ...
... ceiling -- Dysart's had parts of trucks nailed to the wall. This is one of those places you only come to with a raging hangover and the darkest tinted sunglasses you can find. Fortunately, the only thing raging for us was our appetite. The parking lot was absolutely jam-packed with cars and the gas station full of semis. We entered the restaurant and were seated immedaitely by the hostess. This is one of those ...
... it to Thunder Hole in time to see the tide coming in. When the tide comes in, the force of the water rushes into a chasm in the rocks and creates a "thundering" sound. As we watched, the tide would rush in, make a loud sound, and create huge splashes of water. What a neat sight! We actually met a couple on the bus earlier that said in all the years they had been visiting Acadia, they had never ...