Travel Blogs from Northeast Harbor
A gorgeous day of cycling was filled with sites and camaraderie. We heard entertaining stories from this old coot who has preserved much of local history for future generations. What a character! And he insisted on meeting every one of us, then introducing us to his big ugly dog, which was also overjoyed to have out of town visitors (but took the …
These pictures say it all, except for the Islesford Historical Museum, which describes local life in the 17th and 18th centuries.
"Because of its proximity to sailing routes, the western side of the island was settled first. Later arrivals gravitated to the island's eastern half where the soil proved better for farming." Bar Harbor was …
I was mocking the Americans about yesterday being the end of summer and today being the 1st of autumn (fall i should say). Well I mock no more. After our alarm didn't go off and we were positively flying around we made it just in time for our group photo at 8 am. Once outside the briskness of the morning hit us. It was bloody freezing. The lazy wind was going straight through us. The ...
We headed out of Boston at 8 am having to have our suitcases out our doors at 6.45! I had rained overnight but was fining up.
We travelled through Massachusetts, New Hampshire for only 15 miles and onto Maine. Our first stop was at York to see one of the few lighthouses that still has a lighthouse keeper.
In Maine the residents decorate their houses according to the season. A lot ...
... get down to the edge of the water. This is actually a location where you can walk across a sandbar at low tide to Bar Island. It was high tide though so we couldn’t walk on to the sandbar. Jared did dip his toes in the water though.
Then we walked back to the park to catch the 5:30pm shuttle back to the campground. When we got back we grilled up some trout for dinner with rice and some veggies. After dinner we had a fire and roasted some ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Don't stay on the top floor if you are taller than 4 feet. When I showered, my head litterally touched the ceiling, making it difficult to shampoo! And bathing is no good either; the tub is the size you see in westerns, where it's a copper tub hauled out for special occasions and filled by hand with a kettle.
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