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The reservation was canceled 23 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.
We were pleased to have Cameron as a guest, and to be a part of his travel plans. He is low maintenance!
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I am glad to have hosted Cameron for the brief Philadelphia portion of his adventure. Cameron was friendly. The check-in went easily and he left the room in a clean condition. He paid for the rental room taxes ($11.47) and the private, completely enclosed parking space ($19 actually) promptly. Thank you again to Cameron for doing so. Paying the taxes helps keep the rental room legal. In contrast to what Cameron wrote, I believe the spring room and its rental charges are a superb deal, considering what Cameron received and the downtown Philadelphia hotel rates (average ~$200-$250 per night + $31-$38.75 in taxes; lowest ~$180 per night) and parking rates (average ~$25 to park with other vehicles; as high as $55 for valet) for the same days Cameron stayed. A hearty, full breakfast was included. I offered Cameron several excellent parking options and help in finding the best parking. Even though Cameron declined the lower cost, convenient parking, he made a smart decision. For only $19, Cameron: 1) parked in less than 1 minute and 2) had the entirely private, completely enclosed, and very spacious for his vehicle parking space all to himself and his vehicle. 3) Importantly, the space gave Cameron peace of mind, since his vehicle was not stolen, keyed, or damaged in other manners (Only last year, 15 premium bicycles ($20,000 total) mostly owned by police officers and just ridden for charity were stolen in downtown Philadelphia. The bicycles were lifted out of an enclosed, but open top storage area by ladder and trucked away.) 4) Cameron was able to immediately continue his adventure after Philadelphia. 5) Even with a very brief stay and time, Cameron was able to walk to and experience the nearby, famous Philadelphia historical sites and restaurants. By being able to walk and not having to take public transportation, Cameron saved money and time, which he instead spent at actual historical sites and restaurants.
Cameron is welcome to come and stay again.
Cameron was very easy to communicate with and it was a pleasure to offer the cabin to him. He only visited one night, he took good care of the cabin and left the place clean.
Cameron and his wife were great guests. They are well travelled, were easy to communicate with. They were also very clean and respectful.
We would host them again anytime!