Jack made us feel welcome immediately—we arrived early in the morning following an overnight train ride, thinking that it would be helpful to at least drop off our luggage, but Jack invited us to have breakfast before heading out for the day—an unexpected, but very much appreciated gesture. He made it very clear that we should settle in as if we were in our own home and that he was more than happy to help out in any way he could should we need something. Breakfast was described as Continental, so we were pleasantly surprised to find the inclusion of scrambled eggs, bacon, and French toast. And true to what we look for in a B&B experience, there was a warm atmosphere of camraderie and plenty of good conversation available around the table and in the parlor—a tone certainly engendered by Jack. We chose the smallest room in the place (in the basement, with a shared bath which was recently redone, beautifully tiled)—it was everything we needed. We enjoyed the cheer of the morning sun coming through the blooming azalea in front of our windows and the beautiful cherry tree and plants on and surrounding the patio. The Kalorama's convenient proximity to the metro station, the zoo, restaurants, and peace made it a welcome respite at the end of our daily explorations. Our next trip to DC will definitely find us returning to enjoy Jack's hospitality at the Kalorama Guest House.
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