The day starts sooner than usual, because there are a lot of things to do today. Without wasting time, we went to the Mainely-Meat Cafe for breakfast. In addition to traditional bacon omelette and other egg dishes, fried sausages, sandwiches, as well as various cakes and biscuits for dessert are served here.
We have a long way to go, and there's probably no way to introduce ourselves to lunch somewhere, so you have to stop by the store and stock up on food before nightfall.
Our first stop today was the Indian Point Nature Reserve. Nature here is unbelievable and amazing. There are plenty of walking and hiking trails and you can also walk down to the rocky coastline, which offers stunning views of the bay. You shouldn't bring food and four-legged friends with you here, because it's forbidden.
Few people know that one of the main attractions of Maun Desert Island is the Seal Cove Auto Museum. Expositions here are dedicated to the history of the U.S. automotive industry, as well as the culture of driving and the cars themselves. There are also very interesting expositions devoted to the cars of the future and devices that should change the world of mechanical engineering.
Wonderland Hiking Trail is another great place to go for a walk in Acadia Park. The forest often has many paths, you can reach the coast and go down to the ocean itself on a rocky beach. There's a chance on the way to bump into a hare, a deer, a fox, an otter or a coyote.
Since Maine has a very good fishing industry, many of the facilities serve fresh seafood and fish, and Seafood Ketch is one of them. The menu here is very extensive, so we couldn't try everything in one visit, but we didn't regret it at all, ordering fried shrimps and snails with garlic sauce. For dessert, we were delighted with pudding and cakes.