Hinckley's Dreamwood Cabins

Address: State Hwy 3, Bar Harbor, Maine, United States | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on State Hwy 3, Bar Harbor, is near Bar Harbor Whale Watch Company, Lulu Lobster Boat, Pirate's Cove Miniature Golf, and Hulls Cove Visitor Center.
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      Bar Harbor Maine

      A travel blog entry by wendler on Oct 15, 2014

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      Fun full day of touring today. Chip and I and the girls had been here before. Went on a tour/bus ride around the loop road around the national park and then had a lovely lunch at an old historic inn. We had a traditional lobster feast and I funnily had to shower everyone at the table how to pull apart a lobster! Then we had a wonderful blueberry pie! Then up Mt. Cadillac where we had taken the girls photo a few ...

      Happy Birthday, America!

      A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Jul 04, 2014

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      ... in the nearby neighboring counties were there (hope there were no fires or no one got stuck!) but the parade ended nearly as abruptly as it began and it was time to eat our delicious Lobster Benedict and pancakes and start exploring before Hurricane Arthur hit.

      One really neat feature about Bah Hahbah is the creation of a landbridge during low tide that connects Mount Desert Island to Bar Island. During low tide, you can walk across ...

      Lobsters here we come!

      A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Sep 25, 2013

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      ... us how the park came to be. We owe a great debt to the far sighted naturalists, who quietly bought up land to save it from the logging companies and eventually gave it to the government.

      We stopped for a lobster bake and all enjoyed the soft shelled lobster feast. Messy but delicious! Huge steamers provided us with delicious P.E. I. Mussels, corn on the cob, potatoes that accompanied the lobster. Dessert was blueberry cake made with the native ...

      The lobster story

      A travel blog entry by dorothystokes on Sep 13, 2013

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      ... National Park (47,000 acres). 10,000 island population that swells to 2.5 million with visitors to the famous park. In 1947 a fire devastated the park and also burnt many large houses in the township (1/3 of the island burnt) and many of these were not rebuilt, being replaced with accommodation units. It is very evident in the park where they managed to ...

      Ba Ha Ba (Bar Harbour in Boston Accent!)

      A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Jul 22, 2013

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      ... if the whole hotel had to be booked out to house all the protective service guys?! Before dinner that night we had also driven all around the coastal drive, seeing more evidence of how the other half live. This included seeing several prominent American politicians houses, and that of former President George Bush senior. Apparently he and his wife spend most of their time here, rather than in Texas. A guardhouse, high fencing and an impressive looking black jet ...