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May 13, 1990 | BILL MANSON
"London Bed and Breakfast, good morning." Except this isn't London. It's Coronado. At 6 in the morning. "I'd advise you to stay with Mrs. Lochrie. Page 49 in your book. Yes, it's at Ascot." Joanna Mortimer has been at the phones since 5 a.m., the price of working on England time. She has to get a pile of bookings confirmed by 8 a.m., when phone rates go up.
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May 13, 1990 | BILL MANSON
"London Bed and Breakfast, good morning." Except this isn't London. It's Coronado. At 6 in the morning. "I'd advise you to stay with Mrs. Lochrie. Page 49 in your book. Yes, it's at Ascot." Joanna Mortimer has been at the phones since 5 a.m., the price of working on England time. She has to get a pile of bookings confirmed by 8 a.m., when phone rates go up.
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April 24, 1990 | BILL MANSON
"London Bed and Breakfast, good morning." Except this isn't London. It's Coronado. At 6 in the morning. "I'd advise you to stay with Mrs. Lochrie. Page 49 in your book. Yes, it's at Ascot." Joanna Mortimer has been at the phones since 5 a.m., the price of working on England time. She has to get a pile of bookings confirmed by 8 a.m., when phone rates go up.
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January 24, 1993 | COLMAN ANDREWS
So-called bed & breakfast accommodations--whether actual small hotels or private homes accepting paying guests--are increasingly popular in the United States. Often family-run and at least sometimes very reasonably priced, such places tend to be friendly, intimate and quaint--and thus, to many travelers, infinitely preferable to chain motels or conventional downtown hostelries. As B&Bs have proliferated, so have guides to them.
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