Who's ready for some "lobstah?" A foggy morning greeted us at our second port of our New England and Canada cruise aboard the Norwegian Dawn. Our tender was delayed because it had to wait for a larger boat to guide it into the dock. There was no visual navigation since you could only see a few feet in the fog.
We had some time to kill before our excursion so explored the docks and had a fantastic breakfast at the Sunrise Cafe. Just look at that wonderful lobster crepe I was served! It was so delicious. I washed it down with a bottle of Old Soaker Blueberry Soda.
We strolled along "The Shore Path" and stopped in a few shops on Main Street. Main Street was very crowded so I didn't hang out there very long.
We soon boarded our bus for our "Acadia National Park and Carriage Ride" excursion. Our first stop was to Cadillac Mountain. The views were fantastic but we were only allowed 10 minutes to enjoy it.
We sped off to our "carriage ride." It is really a wagon ride at the Wildwood Stables. The ride was relaxing but there really isn't anything to see. If the hour-long ride was 30 minutes it would have been even more enjoyable.
We took the last boat back to the ship. As we sailed out of Bar Harbor we were happy with what we had done and seen during the day. The views from our balcony as we sailed away were beautiful.
NCL was doing a fabulous job keeping us entertained aboard the Norwegian Dawn. Check out a few more photos over on my photo site: Bubba Harmon Imaging