The Colony on Frenchman's Bay
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the time we arrived, just like magic, it's going the other way. Again we took a short video but it just doesn't do it justice. We left the falls and drove downtown for our last Tim Horton breakfast. We parked Sparky right at the end of the street and saw the Kings Square bandstand in the rain.
We then drove down a few streets in the rain and took pictures of some pretty doorways and headed out of town. We arrived at the Canadian border town of ...
... FUN!!! We body surfed and it was just the perfect day to be at the beach. After we went to Thunder Hole, which was really cool... and loud. Then we went to Cadillac Mountain and it was so beautiful up there. But it was also really windy and we were getting blown everywhere!
Emma - Today we went to the beach and swam, read, and climbed rocks for most of the day. After ...
... was calling us with the 2000 mile drive hanging over us, but we stayed a couple of nights. The first on top of the highest mountain Mt Cadillac. Screes of people watched the sunset and clapped when it slipped below the horizon, then the tourist buses went home and left us alone at what was our most scenic camp site so far!
We drove most of the way round the island too and found ...
... eateries! Shop for a few hours then head to NorthEast Harbor which is the Scottsdale of Mt Desert Island,, very exclusive shops and people are dressed to the nines so we head out quick! On way back to campsite we come across a guys yard.house.garage . outbuildings Junk Sale.. this guys has everything and it would take hours to take it all in.. problem is he is asking top dollar and will not barter!
Back to campsite and for ...
... one from the top was a thrilling experience!
From there, we went to Bar Harbor and checked in at the Central House, which has been welcoming guests since 1887! Delightfully comfortable and nicely updated, it was a good home base for our night without the "home"!
Once we were checked in, we took off for our first look at Acadia National Park, a beautiful, rugged national park.