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TravelPod Member ReviewsAsticou Inn Northeast Harbor
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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We began the day at 9:30, 72 degrees, and headed east. The drive took us through a number of small towns, all with a lot in common. We saw many woodshops where artisans make furniture from locally grown trees. And we saw gift shops and antique shops all calling out to the many tourists, but not to us. We even saw one sign that said "Antique Books and Wine". Did the owners really mean what it says? I hope not. And all along the way there was ...
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In the park; out of the park; over the only fjord in Western USA and we’re in Bernard. And there’s only one reason why people go to Bernard…lobster! Other seafood is available too. I get the lobster roll and Mr Fletche opts for the chowder. We are entertained by fellow diners attempting to tackle the task of ripping apart their ...
... we started the way back to Boston, stopped in Augusta – the capital town of Acadia. It was pretty much dead, seems like most capital cities are abandoned on Sundays (had a similar experience in Hartford, CT). Next stop was Len Libby (a chocolate factory– visiting the chocolate mousse – the world´s only life-size chocolate mousse – 1.700 pounds of finest milk chocolate. We also got a nice sampling collection of ...
... and woke again at 4 for a couple of hours. All of this and the talk of religion means I'm having an easy day. Drive out to see the other side of the bay and look at the pretty azalea gardens. Visibility is so low it's not even worth driving out to the mountain top. I doubt I'm going to get up there looking at the forecast. So I think it's the day for sampling the local food - lunch at ...
... solid, if anything!
Easter was also my day to cook! So I had planned a meal of a few dishes we eat back home: baked ham (yes, I did actually bake it! 3.5 hours??), cheesy potato casserole, stuffing, veggies, rolls, salad, and a strawberry jell-o with whipped topping and bunny marshmallows (courtesy of my mom) on top. I think the team enjoyed it. :)
This past week I’ve spent my workdays at various sites. At the new build in Brunswick cleaning up tile grout ...