thank you, mr. Van Vliet, for giving me the chance to say few words about you ( as you noticed i avoided since i tought it was very umpolite to do) . But..
my worst exsperience with a human beeing ever!
he just used to camp in my apartment (and i took pictures of it after he left).
my receptionist told me there were more than two people (the ones i thought rented the place) sleeping there (that’s the reason why they used all the bath towels they found in my wardrobe, i counted more than 9 big ones ).
mr. Van Vliet, i'm definitely sorry if you didn't appreciate my B&B couch and Driade Tatami prototipe by Sejima...but you knew that in advance.
i'm also sorry if there were no duvets left for you but on April i prefer Loro Piana cachemire plaids, (the black and grey ones a give you).
i hope it may feel you better knowing i do have duvets as well. (You just needed to ask).
during his staying i already had to complain with AIRBNB because he lost my keys ( he had two sets of my apartment and one of the front door of the building)
but i guess this was a good reason to make mr. Van Vliet ring people's bells late at night to ask for entrance every time he forgot or missed my keys.
i offered him to have the apartment cleaned (as i always do for one week staying) but he refused (later on i had to understand why...)
every single light in my apartment was turned on all day long, every single space was kept dirty.
i had to pay a lot to clean and restore after hosting him.
if i'll ever have a second experience like this i will certainly cancel my account.
Respect and civilization are really unknown to mr. Van Vliet.
anyway i'll be glad to send him his dirty underwear (that my cleanboy found on a shelf) after i will pay back for my lost keys, and every single bill i had to pay to put averything back in order and, last but not least, he will apologize to me and all the people he used to annoy in my building during his staying.
p.s. : mr. Van Vliet, i hope you appriaciate the lovely pictures i sent you of my apartment when i first came in after you left.