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Great guest, easy to communicate and leave the room as it was. Recommended
Nina is an interesting person who has lived and worked in many parts of the world. She was considerate, respectful and independent.
Nina was a personable very clean guest. Welcome her anytime!
I had a negative experience with this woman. She sent a reservation request a couple of hours before arrival. I went out of my way to accommodate her. She arrived with her dog. I was not aware she had a dog with her. She mentions in the email that she told me about her service dog. Personally, I do not recall her ever mentioning any dog or any indication on her profile that she is traveling with her dog. She asked to look at the room I showed her the room and she said it was fine and she was staying the night. I asked if she had a separate bed for her dog. She said no and the dog sleeps with her in the guest bed. I was concerned that having the dog in the guest bed might be not good for future guests. She said she will put a sheet on the bed. I agreed to it. I even offered to provide extra sheets for them. She brought her luggage in. She put her food and beverages in my fridge and freezer. She went for a walk and came back and decided not to stay because according to her she wanted to drive up to her friend's house that night. She took her stuff and left seemingly amicably. Before leaving she said she would appreciate if I could refund her money. I told I will look up in airbnb and see what needs to happen.
Two days later, I went on line to go to the airbnb website to see what should be done about this matter. This woman had sent me a very negative email. In the email she made it sound like I was totally uncomfortable and unagreeable in having her dog. This is completely false. She also said that the waterbed the bed in the room "you showed to me was not the “Water Bed” described in Airbnb either". My description of my waterbed is exactly what the bed is and I even have a photograph posted on my listing of the waterbed. She also wrote that the proximity of the freeway to the house was ground enough for her to cancel. If that is the case, why did she check in, said she was fine with spending the night, and bring her luggage and food and drinks in to the house after seeing the house and room and approving to stay the night ? BTW, my house is not right next to the freeway. A separate two lane highway 30 ( which is not very used) and some land and lots of big trees and bushes separate my house and the freeway. Also, my house is situated in higher ground than the freeway. When there is traffic in the freeway you can hear it but me and none of the guests I have had have ever been bothered by the noise.
We only had one hour notice that Nina was arriving, which was a little bit of a challenge since we had just returned home from a trip ourselves. Nina was friendly, intelligent and shared her wine with us while we had a lengthy & interesting discussion that evening.
Her service dog, Comet, was fine and we had no problem with her sleeping on the bed with her owner. (We are pet friendly and have many animals ourselves.)
We felt a little "off-kilter" with the short notice for the visit, but it worked out fine.
Nina has been a fast visitor in Aerolito.
Though she just stayed for one night I experienced her as a friendly woman and a traveller with much experience.
I would welcome her again.
Nina is a bubbly and worldly person, even though she was with us for only one night, I enjoyed her company a lot.
Nina stayed over one night did not really get to meet her ,but from what i saw she is very plaisant and friendly person .
I do recommand her
very courteous guest...and great communication