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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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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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... the park toward Northeast Harbor to see if we could get a picture of the lighthouse on Bear Island, but found that it is on the far side of the island and out of sight. Oh well, we still got to see some beautiful scenery! We then drove back into the park. BTW – I am pretty sure we have a picture of it from our last trip, as Shirley must have taken hundreds of pictures of lighthouses in the ...
... a bike or a motorcycle and is also good for seven days. At first, we were not thrilled to pay the fee, but once in the park we realized that the fee was definitely worth the price. Besides, it was good for an entire week. (Park hours and fees - including information on fee free days.)
Once you are into the park, you then have lots of choices as to what to do. You can park at a number of different locations and hike one of the ...
... from the West I had grown up visiting my grandparents in Southern California and enjoying the beautiful sunsets over the Pacific Ocean. Now being on the East Coast the sun set over land and only showed in its true brilliance over the Atlantic in the early AM. We also learned that early in the morning in Bar Harbor a pathway was accessible at low tide to an island just off the coast.
To cap off the midpoint and furtherest North/East part ...
... spent the summers there, building huge estates and mansions. That era of extravagance ended with a terrible fire in 1947 that raged for 10 days across the island, destroying many of these magnificent estates. It was thanks to the power, influences and money of these social elite, however, that the preservation of the island has been set in place. Much of the credit goes to the ahead of his time conservationist George Dorr, who in 1901, formed a corporation that ...
... harbor front,
Coming into the town of Bar Harbor we followed the signs for the Acadia National Park Visitor’s Center. While Barb was in line for information, I called the campground and found out that they had one campsite left…first come, first serve. I pulled Barb out of line and we made a quick trip to Blackwoods Campground. Lucky, lucky…no one beat us to the site. We were placed in the middle of the full camp, but everyone was well behaved ...