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I teach a course on food at Boston University. Am a retired professor of American Studies at the U. of Maryland, Balltimore County. I am passionate about food history.
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Warren and his wife were great guests. They were the first guests to stay in our cottage, and I hope all of our future guests are as tidy and courteous as they were. Warren had a last minute emergency that resulted in him arriving and departing a day later than scheduled, but fortunately this did not pose a problem and he kept in touch as their plans evolved.
Overall a great experience, especially given how nervous I was about renting my cottage out on Airbnb for the first time. Thanks Warren!
Warren and his wife are charming, friendly and very pleasant guests. Although Warren is a leading expert on the History of nutrition, he is also an epicurean, knows the right places, and enjoying your city. Great guets!
Warren was an excellent guest. One of the best we had so far.
He communicated well and left my place very nice and clean. Would definitely recommend and would love to host him again!
Thanks a lot :)
Warren is a frequent visitor to Boston so he knew his way around and didn't need any tourist style coaching. He settled right in. Warren communicated his itinerary well and left the apartment in excellent condition. I would happily host him again.
Warren stayed in our studio and was very quiet, clean and respectful leaving the place clean and tidy. My only regret is that we didn't really get to know Warren as it was only until after he left did we discover he is a teacher of food history and has written what sounds like a very interesting book. We would definitely welcome him back to our studio anytime and based on our experience would vouch for him to anyone considering him as a guest.