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After 2 full day at Acadia we drove down the coast of Maine. Instead of taking the Interstate we drove down US1 to visit some small sights at the coast. First stop was Mount Battie at Camden State Park. Again it was possible to drive up top from where the view was nice and you could even see Cadillac Mountain in Acadia. The fall foliage sadly was far away from peak.
Second stop was Marshall Point where we first visited the little fisher village before heading to the lighthouse. The lighthouse is very well known for its long footway to the tower. Also the next stop was a lighthouse called Pemaquid Point. Early afternoon we drove back on the Interstate with a short 3hrs Outlet-shopping break to Boston.

Due to the Columbus Day weekend the hotel prices in Boston were incredible high. Our Hotel was a little outside the city and we had to take the Bus and Subway to get into the center. Sadly the weather was grey in grey :(. In Boston we followed the 4,5km long Freedom Trail that lead to most of the historical points. All museums on the way and even the USS Constitution were closed due to the Government Shutdown. The city was filled with tourists. I liked North End most with lots of restaurants, pubs and a farmers market. But I did not like Boston that much, maybe I have to come back at a sunny day.
In the afternoon we went to the Courthouse Docks for some pictures of the skyline. But with wind and rain it wasn’t that much fun.

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