In his review of me, Kevin’s major complaint was that the apartment was overused. This is folly. The apartment is advertised for five individuals, we booked and paid for four, yet only three guests actually stayed there. Whereas it is true that my son and his girlfriend visited us for on average an hour or two a day, I would hardly call that overuse. They did not shower in the apartment; they did not cook there; they did not wash clothes there. True, they might have used the toilet, but if that is overuse, perhaps I do not understand the meaning of the word. As Kevin noted, we paid him what he asked. Also, we left the apartment in as good (bad) a condition as we found it. Please note that Kevin, in his review, did not deny the major points I felt future guests would want to know:
1. That the apartment was dirty.
2. That there were intermittent terrible smells.
3. That there were sporadic internet blackouts.
4. That the water pressure was weak.
5. That some of the electrical outlets did not work.
After reading his review, I could only conclude that Kevin was unhappy to have received negative feedback, and perhaps somewhat hurriedly posted a reply that was questionable at best.