Response from Cyprien:
Well, I must immediatly correct you for what you have said. I am not sure you are very respectful judging me given the fact that we have never talked nor met since I rented your flat.
How can you say that you are interested in human and that I am not,as we never met ? I would not dare saying such thing about any other human being. You might be a great person - I can say the same - but you were not there to welcome us nor to give us any advice. I do not think you should give moral lessons about what air B'nB is or is not.
Let me correct a couple of assertions :
- If the place was a little dirty - and I admit it - it is because we have been living in it for three full days in a row as it was raining hard during the week end. We hardly did not leave the main room and of course a room gets dirty as it is being used.
- Even if we were in a hurry to catch the train, I perfectly remember putting all the garbage in the bin and doing half of the washing up, in order to simplify the cleaning. Moreover,I am surprised by your anger because we paid a special fee for cleaning.
- Regarding the over-numerous people. You are accusing us of booking for more than 2 persons, whereas your friend can confirm he just welcomed 2 people. If the two beds were used, it is because of a personal disagreement I experienced during the night, and I took the liberty to change beds in order not to bother my girlfriend. The towels were used to dry part of our clothes due to the rainy week end, and it is not true to say tat "ten towels were on the floor".
Just to conclude, if you think that I was a really bad guest, I am willing to apologise, and I would have been delighted to talk to you on the phone at least once. But I can not let you assume things (like many guests) or distort the truth (about the real state of the room).
As I am a honest person, I am willing to stand by my decision about your appartement and your neighborhood: it is a great place to leave in Marseille. I just hope that the next visitors will not have this terrible feeling to receive a personal mail of anger when coming back home.