Running a bed-and-breakfast may seem peaceful - but it's an around-the-clock job - Press of Atlantic City: Upper Cape May

Running a bed-and-breakfast may seem peaceful - but it's an around-the-clock job

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Posted: Saturday, June 11, 2011 1:04 pm

Nancy Aiken's workday was already four hours old when the clock struck 10 a.m. - the beginning of the all-important two-hour window between check-outs and check-ins at the Ocean City Mansion, when the entire inn is practically turned upside-down to get it ready for guests.

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