Cranberry Hill Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We stop in and are warmly greeted by the staff and a cacophony of “music” emanating from one end of the restaurant. Ukuleles, kazoos, washboards, a tub bass and musical instruments of all kinds are being played with heart by a variety of local laypersons sharing their time and voices. Checkout the video Casey captured.
Since the Common Good is known for their piping hot Popovers (what is with MDI and Popovers?) we each ...
... declares his blueberry pie to be a “damn fine pie”. My key lime pie is also pretty damn fine.
We head back hotelwards to change before heading back out to the park for sunset. Even I realise that shorts are no longer appropriate garb for the ever decreasing temperatures. Good job too. It is ridiculously cold and windy on top of Cadillac Mountain. Mr Fletche – hardy photographer type that he is ...
A reasonably early start again this morning to get over to Bar Harbor for the 9.30 sailing of the Starfish Enterprise with Diver Ed. This trip had been recommended by the Evans's and a quick internet search brought it up as the number one activity on the Island on Tripadvisor.
It rained this morning for the first time this trip since the day we arrived in Cape Cod and as it turned out, we had chosen the perfect activity for a rainy ...
... tired and hot, but plodded on and we were rewarded with the most amazing 360 degree views, a nice breeze and our sandwiches. The top of the mountain is a bit of an intersection for various trails and we saw number of people appearing from different directions and then disappearing off on another trail. Although there was not a cloud in the sky, we could see the sea mist still hugging the islands down below, it was quite ...
We woke up this morning to greyer skies, slight drizzle and and the forecast of scattered showers today. It seemed a good day to hire some bikes and see the part of the park only accessible on the carriage roads. John D Rockefeller jr constructed the carriage roads between 1913 and 1940 and gifted them to Acadia national ark some years later. There are 57 miles of carriage roads inthe middle of the park, ...