The Chadwick B&B

140 Chadwick Street, Portland, Maine, 04102, United States
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Shifting to Maine

by bongoI

Kindly provide me with suggestions regarding shifting to Portland Maine. I intend to settle down in Portland.

RE: Shifting to Maine

by adg-maine

you ask a very broad question...

i suggest coming either immediately, as fall is the best season, or in may as you will have avoided mud season. winter is long unless you ski or do other outdoor winter sports, and spring is muddy and late.

i have lived here since 1973 (i think). a fine place to live and work and create a life. jobs pay less and are harder to come by. people are friendly. the pace is slow, as is the economy. the ocean on one side, the mountains on the other and the wilderness to the north makes for a varied mix of recreation.

all said, though, we are provincial here.

RE: Shifting to Maine

by TempNomad

I suggest that you take a look at the pages here, and then check out the Portland, Maine Chamber of Commerce website and the Portlant, Maine website in general. It's a lovely place, and my husband and I are always tempted by it when we visit.

Good luck.

Travel Tips for Portland

I really didn't have a lot of...

by MTV.Timonen

I really didn't have a lot of time in Portland but it was a great place from what i could see. The towns folk was so nice and went out of their way to help you if you needed it. The landscape was so pretty with all those snow covered pines. I only got to go out and shop for a few hours, so I went to this place called The Farmers Market or something like that it was a huge barn looking building and the had every kind of food from ice cream to Ostridge meat. If your hungry you must go there to eat.

The name of the game is brandy

by Bunsch

Perhaps you're like me, and have a list of the folks back home for whom you shop. I always look for interesting local beverages, which tends to mean wines. But not in Maine -- though perhaps there is some decent viticulture there, and no doubt someone will write to tell us about it! In Maine, the libation of choice by far is (and has been for many years) COFFEE-FLAVORED BRANDY. It's even called the "champagne of Maine." Allen's is the top-selling brand. It is so popular that various bottle sizes rank first, second, sixth and ninth on the Maine Bureau of Alcoholic Beverages and Lottery Operations' list of the top twenty-five alcoholic items sold last year. Since I have never seen coffee-flavored brandy elsewhere in my travels, I am passing along this little nugget so that, should you visit Maine, you can be culturally correct -- at least in your choice of souvenir liquor purchases!

It does make me wonder about New England, though. Here's Maine with the coffee brandy, and Rhode Island with the coffee milk...I have to assume Massachusetts or Connecticut will opt for coffee ice cream, but I can't imagine what New Hampshire and Vermont might choose. Coffee-flavored maple syrup doesn't sound good at all.

Kennebunkport and town

by BruceDunning

Kennebunk was the town before you get to Kennebunkport at the harobr water edge. I ws unimpressed with Kennebunkport because of all the visitors and tour buses unindating, or saturating the small place. Kennebunk seemed to be more quiet and had old style colonial homes to see.


by BruceDunning

Established as a port town in 1700's, the town thrived as center for lumber and foundary. They used the Megunticook River for its fast running current. With the windown of the industries here, it changed over to a touring town, enticing visitors to see the mountains and stay in inns and B&B's while shopping. It worked, and many otur buses now come here.

Fabulous Beer Joint

by wondertrev about The Great Lost Bear

Gourmet Magazine recently stated that TGLB was one of the country's best bars. After visiting, I miust agree. This place combines over 50 New England brews on tap with above-avg. bar food (wings, bugers, etc...). don't skip the Irish nachos (fried potato slices with cheese and other toppings). The chili-cheese nachos had the best chili I've had since I left Texas. The waitress did a fantastic job of keeping my 4 yr.old happy. Mon nights you get big beers for price of a pint. The Irish Nachos with cheese and chili, and the Mother and Child Reunion sandwich (fried chicken breast, bacon, cheese, and freid egg {sublime!}) Try the Smutty Nose IPA and the Allegash White beers.


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Address: 140 Chadwick Street, Portland, Maine, 04102, United States