Rose Eden Cottages
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We were blasted all morning with loud thunder & pounding rain! When we looked outside we were surrounded by water!! The heavy rain finally subsided so it was time to go & stock up on groceries and get a new SIM card for the phone so we wouldn't have to pay those hefty roaming charges!
We finally got to Acadia Park on Thursday, October 9th, it was a glorious sunny day so we ...
Tuesday or the day to take a ride around Mount Desert Island. It is the island that Bar Harbor is located and Acadia National Park.
Our ride took us down to Echo Lake, Southwest Harbor, Bass Harbor, over to the Northeast Harbor and back into the park.
Echo Lake was starting to fill up as familes come to the lovely beach to swim and sunbathe. Kids were enjoying the water!
Southeast Harbor was a nice little town with more ...
... then back to the motel, shuttle into Bar Harbor for some shopping and then back to grab dinner at the lobster pound across the street. I have to ask someone why all these places are called lobster pounds. Anyway, I had a cup of lobster bisque and a piece of blueberry pie. The bisque was delicious! There were quite a few chunks of lobster meat and it was a cheap $5 which is better than paying $25+ for a lobster dinner. I think I have had enough lobster ...
... hiking trails. The second one was a hoot with ranger Tod who had an alter ego Ted , whom he called his brother . Ted sang and played guitar and was very good. He changed the words to a few songs, one being the Beatles “hey jude” and made them more nature oriented. his talked was on the sounds of Acadia. He did bird songs and some mammal sounds. He was very funny and we both sang and laughed, I would pay money to see ranger Ted and ...
... and other facilities were very basic, staying with local farmers and fisherman in their simple cottages, and became known as "The Rusticators" by locals. By 1880 there were already 30 hotels competing for the tourists dollar. The huge houses the wealthier tourists eventually built inspired a new style, known as Cape Cod. I tried to get some photos but once again it was a bit hard when the bus was moving so fast. The Arcadia National Park is to be found on a small ...