Wonderful report and great pictures! Especially of you two. That really looks like a great time and the food sounds very special.
Thanks for sharing. That sounds like a wonderful "Champagne trip on a beer (Brewpub), budget"!
We need more stories like this, keep them coming!
Great post and pictures! Thanks for the shout out. It does seem like our readership and participant activity is down a bit of what it used to be especially with blog postings. It's a shame hopefully our future community manager can turn some things around.
Have a great trip to the Baltics! Looking forward to hearing about your adventures when you get back!
Oh jerryl, the Maine Diner recently become one of my favorite places. My first trip there was last summer with a friend who had just built a house at a local country club. That's where she wanted to go the night of her 60th birthday. Wonderful seafood, plentiful portions, and down-home charm. I concur, Insiders should definitely try to include this on their East coast itineraries!
Well done! Great adventure undertaken and conquered. That lobster roll is huge! Please share the cost of that monster. I'm glad the weather was cooperative. Wonderful detail that will provide a few extra options for my next trip north. Thanks
$22.95 special - lobstah roll and chowda! Wife's (which I got half of) was $17. It was so filling (and delicious) that the Fairfield Inn 'Manager's Reception' I wrote about above (soup and salad) was plenty enough food for the day, allowing me to invest additional funds toward consuming mass quantities like Beldar Conehead.
I stayed at the Fairfield Inn in Scarborough, and ate at that Sebago, last year while visiting a close friend who lives in Scarborough. It was an enjoyable trip, and I liked the hotel a lot!
I'm keeping this handy for the next visit, which will be later this year, as I love to visit new places along the way to keep the trip fresh, as I do it annually. Thank you for sharing!