Emery's Cottages on the Shore
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... other and at meters, but these included all parking spots in the downtown area are limited to two or three hours and if your just visiting the area for the day this can be a hassle.
Primarily, shopping and eating are the main reasons people venture to Bar Harbor and they will not be disappointed. Almost every building on the downtown part of Main Street has at least two or three restaurants or shops. Some of the shops ...
... us only sporadically. In the meantime, we hope all our homies are doing well (yes, we do think of you once in a while) and that CA will not suffer too many wildfires.
Special notes: Happy First Birthday, Jaslyn! Happy Birthday, Patrick! Happy Birthday, Donna! Happy Birthday, Margaret! ...
... town and harbor. The morning's outing was another gift of Mr. Rockefeller, Jr. Apparently the bar and small island had been a popular walking area, but as part of the island was privately owned a controversy arose when the owner decided to seek local legal protection to block public access. Rockefeller quietly bought up the island and the bar and donated it to the National Park system so that it would continue to be open to the public.
I didn't realize ...
... and exploring the beers and wine at the Bar Harbor Brewing Co. (a local brewing company that is brewed on site at Atlantic Brewing Company). We picked up a few beers for the fireworks and decided to drop them off and say hi to Max before heading back to dinner. Dusk was coming and the threat of Arthur was growing closer and closer. We ate at McKay's Public House (http://www.yelp.com/biz/mckays-public- house-bar-harbor) outside on the large patio ...
... 1881 with major renovations added in 1895 (kitchen) and 1903 (ballroom) – it was the only house in the street not burnt in 1947. It is now a 17 bedroom B&B and still very majestic.
All touristy shops close between November and April due the inclement weather.
Back on the last tender to the ship – still deep fog on the ...