It was an early rise for all of us on our second day in Maine. We wanted to fit in a breakfast before heading to the beach to meet up with some family friends.
As you can see, we went to Wild Blueberry Cafe.
I’m really bad about keeping my nails painted, so I had to show off my freshly polished look.
The Wild Blueberry Cafe was tucked away in the Ogunquit village. It had a cute little front porch and a closed-in side porch. They sat us in the back because we needed a larger table. We all started with some coffee and complimentary blueberry muffins. The blueberry muffins were a little too hard to eat, but it’s the thought that counts. They were good dipped in coffee. (maybe that’s what they’re meant for)
I ordered fresh fruit with honey almond greek yogurt. I also ordered a side of bacon because it sounded so good. The fruit was really really fresh and I loved their Greek yogurt. It wasn’t too sour and it was thick.
Berry crepes. Unfortunately they tasted as if they were sitting in the refrigerator for a couple of hours.
After breakfast, we went back to the hotel to change and get ready for the beach.
It was a little chilly and overcast, but perfect for a calm day of relaxing in the sand. I’m sure it wasn’t chilly to others, but coming from 100+ degrees with 80% humidity, I wasn’t used to it yet.
Before we hit the beach, we grabbed some groceries and ingredients for a couple of beach drinks.
We loved Wells beach. It was perfect for walking; they have a really cool rock jetty too. I ended up doing that a couple days later.
The water was ICE COLD! I don’t know how people were swimming in it!
Walking down the beach was enjoyable. All of the houses were cute and pretty to look at. I love beach houses!
I was very surprised with how clear the water was. For some reason, I always thought Maine had darker water.
Around noon, we walked a mile down the beach to have lunch at Forbes. I ordered the grilled chicken sandwich.
Forbes soft serve was the best I’ve ever had! Soft serve will never taste the same now. It was icy/milky/sweet and tasted like homemade ice-cream from home. Gosh it was good!
Soft serve has been my favorite since I was a kid and I haven’t had a good cone since Iowa. We used to drive to Grahams and get soft serve on Sundays.
We walked back to the beach to meet up with our group. I wasn’t going to let this gem melt.
The sun finally came out and within minutes later, it started pouring.
After relaxing a couple of hours, we all got ready for dinner.
We decided to go to La Pizzeria in Ogunquit. The wait was 45 minutes and so we walked up to Hamburgers Harry’s to grab a drink.
The stairway was really cool. The restaurant was upstairs and overlooked the town of Ogunquit.
The little bar area was adorable!
I love windows with lights. It was so cozy up there.
I don’t remember much from there…(kidding, but whoa was that strong)
We finally got into the restaurant. We all ordered antipasto and split some pizza and bruschetta.
We ordered lobster pizza because when in Maine…
After dinner, we all went back to the hotel to bundle up in some warmer clothes so we could go see the movie Antman. Don’t ask me or Phyllis how we liked the movie because we slept through the entire thing. I don’t even know how that happened, but it did. I’ve dozed off for five minutes before in a movie theater, but never the entire movie.