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1 Bed and Breakfasts on Fri Mar 26, 2010 6:43 am

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On our trip to the U.S. Virgin Islands, Sally and I stayed a week at the Breakfast Club Bed and Breakfast. Very nice! We had a very nice room, breakfast included every day in the dining room, and a large, sunny deck area, where I could relax on an Adirondack chair. Of course, once Sally found they had a casino there on St. Croix, we didn't spend much time at the bed and breakfast. Razz
I'd recommend a bed and breakfast, because they're usually privately owned and managed, so special care is taken of everything.


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2 Re: Bed and Breakfasts on Mon Mar 29, 2010 5:53 pm

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Well you were fortunate to get a nice B&B. Jim and I stayed in one in Friday Harbor in the San Juan Islands in Washington State. We called at the last minute and got a room. We got on the Ferry and when we arrived in Friday Harbor, our B&B was right next door to a Cafe/Bar and everyone was having a good time. We hurried upstairs to check in and put our things away so we could get something to eat and enjoy the revelry with the crowds. We came downstairs and everyone was gone. The chairs in the cafe were up on the tables, floors were being swept and we turned and saw the ferry pulling away from the dock. Those people were daytrippers. When the last ferry leaves everything closes up. We wandered around and finally found a pizza place and he agreed to make us a pizza since we looked hungry. We were thankful to the owner.

The next morning we went down for breakfast. There were 3 other couples in the Parlor also waiting. There was coffee in the urn and Orange Juice in glasses on the sideboard. We had only chairs and no table. We sat quietly and the owner came through the door and counted the number of people, turned back through the door and returned with the exact number of muffins. One for each of us. We all sort of looked at each other, quietly ate the muffin while we put the coffee cup and saucer on the floor, then put the mufin in our lap to pick up the coffee cup and saucer. We finished, then left to find a restaurant open and had more to eat. We have never stayed in another B&B....lol


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3 Re: Bed and Breakfasts on Mon Mar 29, 2010 6:21 pm

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Wow! That sounds awful!


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4 Re: Bed and Breakfasts on Mon Mar 13, 2017 5:46 pm

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This is an awful experience. I will definitely remember this post to avoid this kind of B&B


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