Point Lookout Resort And Conference Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... homemade things and just small nik naks. In some of the bigger kiosks they sell cars and four wheelers and tractors or hot tubs, all sorts of different things that vary from small to large. There are so many different rides for kids of all ages such as the ferris wheel, which is probably the most common. Rides like the tornado and the zipper are made more for teenagers and then they make rides like the merry go round and the bumblebees for the toddlers. ...
... nice and informative. The museums are fairly big and there’s a lot of walking involved so bring your walking shoes. Also, they're pretty strict when it comes to taking pictures so keep that in mind.
Luckily for me it was free to get in because I am a Rockland resident. For adults it is 12$, for students and seniors it is 10$, and if you’re 16 or under it is free. The tour of the homestead is 10$ for adults and 5$ for children. ...
... green salad which was exceptional! Bob had a beet and cheese something which he loved. I also had a Maine oyster appetizer which was nice. Then we each had a lobster entree which was absolutely delicious! It was the "shedder" lobster so the meat was very tender. The best part was the sauce which was heavenly! There must be tons of calories in the sauce, but I did not care and soaked up the sauce with the accompanying baguette. Yum!! Best lobster I've ever had! So, for the ...
... just settling into the room, Phil came and told us that we would get the kitchen tomorrow and he would charge us one night less because they did it wrong. That was nice of him which made me feel a little better.
Bob and I started to explore the town. First the main street. We stepped into every store that was open, there was really nothing to look at :-( But we got to talk with a nice lady who owned a clothing store, and got some tips about places to ...
... selling but with a few differences. 1. Everything was local. And I mean everything, the food vendors were all from Maine and selling Maine produce. The story is they refused to let anyone sell coffee because it can't be produced locally. 2. No mess. All the food an drink was served in paper or cardboard containers which could be recycled at any number of recycling points which were staffed by volunteered helping people to separate their ...