Cranberry Hill Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... their choosing to support their non-profit organization.
We decide to walk off our popovers with a hike at “Ship Harbor”. This is another easy hike through the island forest out to a more rugged, large bay. In addition to freshly filled tidal pools teaming with snails and the occasional starfish and crab, we note that the tourists have constructed lots of Cairns.
With the continued threat of poor weather, we decide to drive ...
... Wales, you know the one with the longest name, in a perfect Welsh accent telling us that is where her family is from.
Once everybody had arrived, we all followed Edna down to the boat and were greeted by a hyperactive character in a wetsuit, no other than Diver Ed. The remainder of the crew, The Professor and Plankton Girl were joined by 2 huge Newfoundland water rescue dogs. Ed is hilarious and while the trip has an educational basis, ...
... views were good, the mist had some in more and it was all a bit hazy, so back home via the supermarket for dinner.
Tomorrow, we had hoped to go fishing, but were advised that most of the fish have left the bay and would need to go quite far out to catch anything, so we opted for a fun trip recommended by the Evans family. Watch this space for our update on Diver Ed's dive in theatre onboard the good ship Starfish ...
... booked for the two days they are running this week. There are plenty of other activities that do not require reservations. The boys need to do one to get their junior ranger patch. we had been into Acadia bike yesterday and their bikes seemed okay, but as we turned into Cottage Street, Phil spotted Bar Harbor bikes which is a bike shop selling Specialized, Cannondale and Trek bikes but also doing bike hire, ...
... coffee, but also sight seeing. There has to be 100 little shops along this stretch of road every other one carrying exactly the same tourist trap stuff. Every third one we find out later is dog friendly. One even stated it was cat friendly should you find yourself walking your cat up the street. Finally arriving at the wharf in a slight rain reprieve we decided to do our usual walk to the end of the dock. Talk to a few fisherman these ones ...