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I'm a mother of three , a school teacher and a nice person.
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I hope Julie enjoyed her trip to London. She looked after our home and left it in very good condition. I would not hesitate to recommend her to any hosts.
Julie was a very nice guest, warm and communicative. Very attentive to the house rules, it was a joy to have her around in the big European trip!
Rien a signaler. Julie a rendu l'appartement dans un tres bon état.
Je la recommande vivement pour ses prochaines expériences airbnb.
Julie was a great guest, very nice and kind. I am sorry the weather was not nice in Turin when she was here, I hope she liked the city and her stay with me. Would recommend her as a guest anytime.
Julie è una Signora molto educata, simpatica e socievole.
E stato un piacere averla al B&B ARABESQUE, Paola.
I'm really astonished for what you wrote as the note you left in my apt was completely different and literally as follows:
"Thanks Paola, was very nice being here. Julie"
What happened then?...
First of all I can't understand what was wrong with the laundry: a Queen size duvet for a Queen size bed should be enough for a single person! not to mention the XXL bathrobe, a bath towel, a face towel, a bidet towel and a rug in the bathroom..
I have to add that I'm so sorry for you as what you consider the place "where the "action" is" in Rome, Trevi Fountain, is in fact one if not the worst place in the center of Rome to live due to the crowd of tourists, junk food restaurants, cheap souvenir shops (where you can find a "gondola" from Venice and the David statue from Florence as well, together with the Colosseum..), the noise and the trash left by all that people! "La Dolce Vita" is so far away, Fellini is dead.. best moment to see that wonderful fountain is around 5 am, when you can just hear the "noise" of water falling and see the "travertino" marble of the bottom with no coins.
Well, as I'm very fond of my town, if you ever have the chance to get back to Rome I'll offer you a couple of days (as my Guest, I mean for free) to show you what living in Rome really means.
Last but not least: Rome historical Center is the widest in Europe as we have a Baroque center, a Renaissance center, a Middle Age center, a XIX century center, not to mention the Roman Imperial center (where my apt is) and the heart of Catholicism, Vatican City (where I have another property too) ...