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bed-and-breakfast

a type of lodging for travelers or tourists offering a place to sleep and breakfast the next morning, typically in a small inn or private home. We visited six European countries and stayed in a bed-and-breakfast every night. I had to take a bed-and-breakfast because the hotels in the city were much too expensive.
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She had been visiting Cape May, the bed-and-breakfast capital of the East Coast, for years.
I had to remind myself that they were just doing what people do in a bed-and-breakfast.
I wasn't looking at buying a bed-and-breakfast until the kids were in college," she admits "I didn't know it would pop up this quickly, but my kids love to go there and raid the refrigerators and play out front.
It is the Surgeon's House, the former home of the mine doctor which is now a four-room bed-and-breakfast inn.
This was the Garden Room of the Cottage, a small - just two rooms, one a cottage - bed-and-breakfast inn tucked away in an old residential area of San Diego.
Forget most of what you know about bed-and-breakfasts.