Rockland, Maine, Bed & Breakfast and Edward Hopper
With the grandparents watching the kids, My wife and I made a quick getaway to Rockland, Maine and stayed a lovely Bed and Breakfast mansion called The Berry Manor Inn. The rooms are clean and immaculate, very comfortable bed and spacious. As we began our evening walk to the restaurant, I noticed the house next door.. it looked very familiar. I even said to Erin "This looks like a house Edward Hopper would of painted". The following morning, Cheryl the owner of the Berry Manor Inn, gave us a tour of the Talbot House which turned out to have been painted by none other than Edward Hopper in the Spring of 1926. A beautiful house indeed which was made sweeter by having my own artwork in room # 1 and in other parts of the house.