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September 21, 2010


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Sarah V.

I don't really consider myself a B&B person, but this looks very nice! I'm especially intrigued by the beautiful back porch right next to the art museum.

Thanks for sharing!

Dominique King

Sarah-The porch was a nice place to just sit and chill, and you just couldn't beat the location. You could easily spend a couple of days there without having to get into the car because there were so many things within easy walking distance.
I really do like staying at B&Bs. There is usually something unique about each one, and I especially like places that have an interesting back story like The Kalamazoo House does.
You need to try staying at a B&B sometime...especially if you and the hubs have the chance to spend a romantic weekend alone. This would be a great place for that!

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