This was a combination, Acadia National Park, Cadillac Mountain and lobster lunch. The views from the top of Cadillac Mountain were awesome. Acadia National Park was open and we were told that due to the many entrances to the park, it was never fully closed due to the shutdown.
This was a combination tour of Peggy's Cove and Titanic cemetery. Peggy's Cove is a very picturesque fishing village. There is nothing to do there except to take pictures. The excursion spent too much time here and not enough in the Titanic cemetery.
Getting back on the bus in Peggy's Cove, there was too much confusion of where people were sitting. The guide was very school marmish telling people where to sit. We were all adults, but I felt that it wasted time, while people played musical seats and were chastised by the guide.
The Titanic Gravesite is interesting. The gravesites are shaped in the form of a bow of a ship. It is sad to see so many still unnamed dead. I would have liked to had more time to read more of the gravestones.
If one has never been, LL Bean is the place to see. It is larger than any Bass Pro Shop, REI or Dicks that I have ever seen. It also has many vintage LL Bean gear on display. The area surrounding the LL Bean store was my favorite. I was able to shop, go to Customer Service and ship home for free. The other stores in the area are typical mall stores. The only thing that I didn't like about this was the bus took off and left passengers to sit in the cold to wait for the return back to the ship.
Other than the Bay of Fundy there really isn't a lot to do in this city.