Super 8 Sanford/Kennebunkport Area
Travel Blogs from Sanford
... do EVERYTHING…she changed the linen, checked us in, made lemon curd crepes, etc. She was everywhere. Coolest moment of the day: Arriving at our mountain cottage with the fireplace lit, a plate of homemade cookies and 'Welcome Hayley and Owen' on a chalkboard at the front door. Quote of the day: There's no other way to say it than…she's obese. --Deb, Assistant Inn Keeper at Inn at Park Spring, referring to a large lady completing a ...
... the way of our photo. After about five minutes, he acknowledged our presence by asking where we were visiting from. "Australia," Hayley responded with a smile. "Would you like a souvenir to take back with you?" He asked. "It is free, of course." Hoping he wasn't referring to his stick, Hayley accepted his offer. It turned out he is an artist who was sketching the memorial site and was offering his piece of artwork. It was ...
... we finally put our bags through and had our boarding passes, everything was kosher. Saying goodbye to Bill, Regina and Jordan – just like we did two years ago in St. Louis – was not easy. With Grandpa Reid’s health, and all of the unknowns associated with his current condition, it was an emotional farewell to Owen’s mother, father and sister. But saying goodbye also meant saying hello, ...
... able to pass by a bargain.
Anyway, after a couple of hours, we headed up the highway towards Portland. Stopped at a little roadside dinner for a late lunch/early dinner, before continuing on to Portland. We found our current motel, and with the weather showing no sign of improvement, thought that this is as good a place as any to set up camp for the night.
Tomorrow we head off towards Montpelier, the capital of Vermont, through the mountains so it should be a beautiful drive. ...
... wandering into the future".
After an uneventful bus ride to Logan and a van ride to the Marriott in So Boston, we walked the local area to find a place for dinner and ended up in a small Irish pub where we met some interesting local folks very interested in our plans for this trip.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed