Sea Escape Cottages
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Had a perfect travel day yesterday. Actually got away early, 8:45, and had beautiful cold clear weather all day. It was only once we got close to Portland that we saw any snow at all and there it was only deep in the bush. But shortly after we stopped for the night the snow started. It looks like we got about 3" overnight. Luckily we're heading south! Had great Chinese food last night. Who knew we'd find it in Maine! Here's what morning looked like - winter ...
... chose a place to watch the fireworks and watch 15 minutes of some of the best ones we've ever seen.
Once finished around 100,000 people all of a sudden started leaving the park in every direction and we quickly realised the original plan of catching the subway to Hanover street for dinner would not be the best idea.. Especially as they were now all free. We decided to walk the estimated (by me) 1km walk to the restaurant we had chosen for NYE ...
... we'd see something as that was heading towards the White Mountains. And this little conversation started the most lovely lovely day! We got the car and headed inland towards a town called Fryeburg, and as we headed inland we started seeing bits of snow on the sides of the road.... then a frozen lake.... and gradually all of the frozen parts appeared more and more, until we were surrounded by (icy) snow that had fallen a while ago but not melted. ...
... we got to Rockport, a seaside port that is just gorgeous. Pretty much deserted at this time of year, with about half the shops and most restaurants were closed. Didn't matter though. The harbour was so peaceful and gorgeous, with little boats and wooden buildings. The shopping areas were beautiful to wander through. Was a very nice walk, but very chilly!! In love with Rockport. Part on the appeal was the fact it was so quiet. I imagine in summer / Autumn ...
... is over as we head north the colours are still vibrant and from up so high look amazing. Fort Knox it turns out was commenced after the revolution, believing the British would re-invade. It was still yet to be completed when there was a 'bloodless’ turf war over the borders of Maine (US), Quebec and New Bruswick (British). So the fort, though prepared for major defence was never required for use in combat. It is an ...