You can smell the fish!
Trip Start Mar 17, 2012
80Trip End Jun 26, 2012
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We looked knowingly at each other, then sped as quickly as the speed limit would allow, to the now more inviting diner adjacent to the motel.
We entered the empty dining room and a rather large waitress pointed to a table and called out "hey Joe, 2 more for dinner".
The Caesar salad, whilst sparse, was edible and Gail's Mediterranean chicken & rice was surprisingly nice
After the meal and walking back to the motel, we were no more than 30 steps away when all the diner's lights were switched off and the staff was leaving the premises.
In the morning we went down to a room by the reception for a very basic continental breakfast and then headed back down to the Harbour just in case it looked better than what we had imagined the previous night. To our surprise, it was a serene and picturesque setting with eclectic shops and pretty vistas. Whilst most places were closed it was not difficult to imagine a lively parochial village with much to offer during the summer season. In fact, Boothbay Harbour is the boating capital of the mid coast. The harbour is at its best in late June, when majestic tall ships parade in under full sail for the annual Windjammer Days festival.
A full day lay ahead as we set off continuing on the last leg of our northward journey.
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