Travelin’ Maine(rs): Lodging Reviews

Maine lodging reviews form the Travelin’ Maine(rs).

It's time to celebrate the Bethel Inn's 100th Anniversary!

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Bethel
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For 100 years the Bethel Inn has been offering hospitality in one of the most beautiful regions of Maine. It’s time to celebrate!

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In Boothbay Harbor, you can have your crabcakes and eat them too

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Boothbay Harbor
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 A rainy Memorial Day weekend didn't dampen our spirits, probably because we had a comfortable room right on the harbor, three great restaurants to try and a host of shops and galleries to explore.

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Summer fun. Straight ahead!

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If you are summer dreaming, it’s time to make plans! Here are some of our favorite get-aways and adventures – enough to keep you very busy this summer, right here in Maine.

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Finding Perfection at Wabi Sabi Cottage in Alna

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Alna
Damariscotta
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Wabi Sabi is the Japanese art of finding beauty in imperfection. But at Wabi Sabi Cottage in Alna, all we found was perfection!

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Oxford House Inn - Great Rooms, Great Food, Great View!

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Fryeburg
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What do you get when you combine a stunning view of Maine’s western mountains, an historic lovingly restored house, and delicious creative cuisine? You get Fryeburg’s Oxford House Inn. And you should get there soon.

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Monhegan is a "must see" for Mainers

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Monhegan
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It’s easy to see why Monhegan has attracted so many artists. The island is a series of stunning visual impressions. And when we visited, colorful birds were everywhere too!

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Travel Advice for Retired Teachers

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The Traveling Maine(r) and the Traveling Teacher

This was the title of my speech today to retired teachers gathered in Augusta for their annual conference. They wanted to hear about travel in Maine, but I had to start by letting them know they are appreciated. Here's my speech, with lots of travel advice.

We’re going to talk travel today, but before we get to that, I need to say this. Thank you. Thank you for all that you did for me, my children, and now my grandchildren. You may not be feeling appreciated these days, but you are appreciated. So I start by applauding you.

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