Travelin’ Maine(rs)

A regular travel blog, written by George and Linda Smith, focused entirely on instate travel.

Long Grain Restaurant

City or Town: 
Rockport
Camden
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The note at the top of Long Grain’s menu, “Asian Home Cooked & Street Foods,” doesn’t begin to describe the creative and delicious food in this very popular Camden eatery.

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North Haven Island's Nebo Lodge and Restaurant

City or Town: 
North Haven
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Maine islands have become favorite get-a-ways for us, and thanks to Nebo Lodge, North Haven just rose to the top of the list!

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88 Steps It Up - and Geaghan's Pub Too!

City or Town: 
Boothbay Harbor
Bangor
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 When we enjoyed an elegant meal last year at 88, we didn't think this restaurant at the Spruce Point Inn could get any better.

But this year, they really stepped it up.

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Calzolaio and the Crossroads Celtic Festival were a great match.

City or Town: 
Wilton
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 A foot-stomping, hand-clapping, body-swaying good time at Skye Theater in Carthage helped us work off (sort of) another great dinner at Calzolaio Pasta Company in Wilton.

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PHOTO: Maine's own Boreal Tordu performed at the Acadian Showcase at Skye Theater.

It all came together in Boothbay Harbor

City or Town: 
Boothbay Harbor
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Sometimes our travel column visits take a lot of advance work. And sometimes they just come together beautifully, like this trip to Boothbay Harbor.

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Feasting at our favorite Mexican restaurant

City or Town: 
Waterville
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 It was a great combination: an excellent feast at our favorite Mexican restaurant, Waterville’s Buen Apetito, followed by a play at the Aqua City Actor’s Theater.

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Bar Harbor isn't just for summer anymore

City or Town: 
Bar Harbor
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 We love to visit Bar Harbor in the fall, when most of the tourists have left. The weather is cooler and more comfortable, and our favorite places are less crowded.

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