You should make sure you ride...
You should make sure you ride one of the many trolleys. It is the best way to see things if you haven't been here before. They run from sometime in the spring until Columbus Day. It takes about 30 minutes to ride the whole route. There are many stops where you can get on or off. The thing I miss most about Ogunquit is Roberto's Restaurant. It has the best Italian food in town. I love their Chicken Marsala. It's the best I've ever had.
Great Burgers if you're needing a beef fix!
You can do Take-Out like we did, or dine in. They serve delicious fried clams, a full seafood menu, homemade onion rings and chowder, as well as lobster sandwiches, burgers, and ice cream. I had a burger and the onion rings...my husband had a burger. They were juicy and very good.
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"Even Bad Weather Can Mean a Good Time!"
In spite of rain and clouds, we had a wonderful long weekend in Ogunquit, Maine. Arrived on Friday in clouds and fog, but walked half of the Marginal Way down to Perkins Cove anyway. We brought umbrellas since we knew we would want to do a lot of walking and the weather would be questionable all weekend. Started raining after dinner but it was a gentle Summer rain. We leisurely walked back under our one umbrella to where we were staying at the Rockmere Lodge . Saturday was another story ... wind and rain all day. We sat in a tower sitting room at the Lodge to read and watch the storm over the ocean. Looked like a hurricane from where we sat. By lunch, we knew it would be an "all day" spot. But we enjoyed the relaxation, as well as the view. We did most of our walking on Sunday. Enjoy the mini tour on my Travelogue also!
"Little Beach Light House"
The Rockmere Lodge is right off the Marginal Way near this little lighthouse. Have you ever seen such a little lighthouse? You can see the angry waters behind Bill. We still enjoyed ourselves inspite of the gray weather and look forward to going back on a sunny weekend sometime!
"Wild Life in Ogunquit"
Took a quite walk downtown and found a little wild life braving the weather along with us!