Relais & Chateaux Camden Harbour Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Camden
... rolls and chowda’ at Cappys Camden Chowder House, we tour the town taking in the sights such as the Megunticook River running through the middle of town, under a building and down a series of falls to the harbor. While hanging out in the park we spy a statue of the poet Edna St. Vincent Milay. We also scrutinize some ducks sporting a strange hairdo that Casey immediately calls “Elvis Ducks”.
The next ...
My back is still killing me! I finally had to just leave poor Mike to drive by himself. No navigation this afternoon. Poor guy. I am laying down in the bedroom.
Mike happened to find a small sign (shades of Keene's Lake) and turned down the road. He happened upon a HUGE campground! Lots of people that ...
The weatherman says today will be hot and sunny so giving the beach another shot. Oh he was right today.......no goosebumps...........it was hot! However, the water is still cold!!! David was the only one to go in completely and he wasn't in long. It took awhile before he finally got the courage to dunk all the way. Chris was waist high and Ellen and I? Well, our feet were wet.
Couldn't do too much of the sun, it was just so ...
... amazing. They are smoked overnight before being grilled. Thinking we're going to have to invest in a smoker because they were absolutely the best I've ever had.
Spent the evening at the campfire with our best friends – beer, rum, banok, syrup, jagermeister and powdered sugar. Tonight we added a new friend – cinnamon. Another great night and cause for more snoring in the camper. ...
Holy foghorn and flashing lighthouse! We needed them both when we left this morning in the rain and fog, We were heading to Camden but first completed the scenic route around Mt. Desert Island where Bar Harbor lies. We headed to Bass Harbor hoping to see working lobster boats but it was foggy and once again the tide was out. We have yet to see a harbor at high tide. We also have not seen ...