The Northern Door Inn

Address: 356 W Main St, Fort Kent, Maine, 04743, United States | Motel
 
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This motel is located on 356 W Main St, Fort Kent.
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    Travel Blogs from Fort Kent

    Finally on vacation

    A travel blog entry by jlctoronto on Jun 26, 2015

    5 photos

    Wow - 4am comes really fast! Surprisingly we pulled out of the driveway at 5 am sharp. By noon we were already past Montreal. Smooth sailing no traffic at all. We had a good stop in levis for poutine beer and gas. I guess the last two hundred kms were the longest of the day but by 5pm we were at our campground just over the ...

    The ONE Rides First Day

    A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jun 09, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    What a send off at the house. Friends from all over Mansfield assembled to cheer Have hot coffee and Joe Andruzzi Foundation Donuts from Honey Dew Donuts. Many hugs, well wishes pictures and Thank you (s), then at 7AM sharp my friends Dale Bishop, Bob Langton and I fired up our Harleys and headed on down the street. Bob had to go to work but Dale accompanied me for 100 miles of pleasant riding. ...

    As Forest Gump would say, " I got to Pei"

    A travel blog entry by marknpatti on Oct 06, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... to slow things down a bit. Great day for Team Powell River. Sunday we rented some bikes and drove to St Peters to ride the Confederation trail. Fabulous scenery, lots of wind, a fox and Holland like terrain. Flat. The biking was excellent! I believe the round trip on bikes was about 100 km's, or maybe 25. Doesn't matter. In the afternoon we headed to the north shores to Cavendish to see the Green Gables homestead. Again, lots to see and great ...

    Day 2: Guido's first big day out

    A travel blog entry by carokrissy on Jul 17, 2014

    4 comments, 7 photos

    ... which was told to is by the locals that there was so much to see. I guess us city folk can't even consider that a small town. The highlight of edmunston is the little bridge that is basically equivalent to the little bridges to get over the Lachine Canal. Nice, now let's get out of this place. We drove around and didn't see much so we went back for a relaxing evening in the tent. Guido was in need of some rest and so were we. Ciao ciao, a ...

    Leaving PEI...

    A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 26, 2013

    5 photos

    ... popped back out into the rain. The immaculate gardens were difficult to appreciate from the safety of the barn or other sheltered rooms which was a shame as they are well known as being spectacular. Since we had finished exploring all the interior spaces and we couldnt really enjoy being outside, we decided it was time to go but not before I grabbed myself a copy of Anne of Green Gables. Whether I end up liking the story or not, its pretty cool to say I got my copy from PEI at ...