Trade Winds Motor Inn

Address: 2 Park Dr, Rockland, Maine, 04841, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 2 Park Dr, Rockland, is near Farnsworth Art Museum, Maine Lighthouse Museum, Strand Theater, and Project Puffin Visitor Center.
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      Travel Blogs from Rockland

      'Leaf Peepers'

      A travel blog entry by dawnrachel on Oct 20, 2014

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... the local streets and along the waters edge. The homes here are amazing and the views of the village are breathtaking.

      Back in town we had a coffee and pumpkin pie! Yummo! Not quite Andrew's cup of tea, however that's ok…more for yours truly! As we were there we organised our nights accommodation here in Camden and popped out to meet our host who herself was on her way out of town. The house we are in is a ...

      Harbors, Waves, Clouds and Drones

      A travel blog entry by photokent on Oct 06, 2014

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... learned a couple things.  It was, at times, agonizing, frustrating, while at the same time, awesome. Sraddha is tooling around the area whilst I toil away.  Camden Hills SP has mostly unlevel spots in the forest but we managed to score a pretty level spot in the open area with a peekaboo view of Penobscot Bay.  We did venture up on Mt Battie (1100 feet or so) to see ...

      A fantastic final day

      A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 12, 2014

      7 photos

      ... along the coast. First we stopped and hauled up a lobster trap, to see what had been caught. The captain pulled out the three lobsters inside and gave us a lesson on telling a male and female lobster apart, how big a lobster needs to be to be a “keeper”, how a female’s tail is notched if she’s found with eggs on her, and how stroking a lobster’s head lulls her into stillness. After the lobsters and the ...

      Experiencing a lighthouse, firsthand!

      A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 11, 2014

      7 photos

      ... first century, as we visited this winery which has only been in operation for a few years. We saw the vats where the wine is mixed, and the oak barrels where it’s aged, before we headed up to the house for a wine tasting with one of the owners. That evening was our final dinner together, and we went to a restaurant we’d visited earlier in the week. The other people in our group are very interesting to talk to – I’ve enjoyed getting to know them ...

      We take to the water!

      A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 10, 2014

      5 photos

      ... instead of as a group, like we do for dinner.

      We’ve all been anticipating today’s activity – a ride on a schooner out into the bay! We all went down to the waterfront to board the Olad, a beautiful sailing vessel. The captain and his mate welcomed us aboard, gave the standard safety talk, and then we were on our way! The Olad is a yacht built in 1927, and only takes a maximum of twenty-two passengers, so the cruise ...