Rose Eden Cottages
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Today our port excursion is "Best of Acadia National Park and Cadillac Mountain" and is for 6 hours. Bar Harbor is nestled on the northeast tip of Maine's Mount Desert Island and we are anchored in Frenchman Bay, and have to be tendered to the pier. We drove through the small town of Bar Harbor (similar to Skagway), with its cafes, restaurants and specialty shops and once again, the wooden houses and hotels of the town had all been ...
... ever, Fish House Grill (http://www.yelp.com/biz/fish-house-gri ll-bar-harbor). Their oysters were dirty and tasted three days old and they were out of almost every local beer. This place was an absolute tourist trap as it was $29 for a dozen oysters and the only thing going for it was the deck seating which offered views of the harbor. Fail.com, we should have gone to a lobster pound. Regardless, we had such a nice date ...
... know about lobsters :-)
It is a really good tour and at $29 a head excellent value. We drive through town past some of. The older houses from when Bar Harbor was the summer spot for rich Americans like the Rockfellers. Then we head into the park and to the top of the granite mountain for some stupendous views of the bay. Next stop is a blow hole near the shore and then to an area planted with lots of Acadian flowers and plants and with it's own beaver ...
A good day. Went to town via tender from the ship and did some shopping. Three ships in port so probably 10,000 visitors to this town of 5000. Bar Harbor is a summer cottage area for New Englanders and is really beautiful with its rocky shores but no heat in homes ...
... By the time we got back to the beach, the lot was full and the road was also filling up. I stopped to change into my sandals and walked down to put my feet in the water. The ocean temperature is probably in the 50s and I did not see anyone actually swimming in it. Most people put their feet in, but one little girl was so excited while running away from the waves that she fell down and got all wet! I was glad that did not happen to me as the water ...