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My wife is an epidemiologist and I am a high school counselor. We live in Baltimore and we love to travel.
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Marc and his family stayed with us for three nights. All our communication were clear and responsive and Marc was very easy to communicate with.
Marc, Melonie, Lew and Joy stayed with us and I can say with pleasure that we ware pleased to welcome them. It was so nice to find for those looking forward and on expectations of coming to Iceland. They are clearly honest and very warm person and it was good to see what our house looked totally great after they left. All our communication was first rate. We would gladly rent them our apartment again and we can give them 100% recommendation and a house full of stars.
Lu and I would like to thank Marc and his guests for the great care they took with our cabin. They were the most courteous group we have had stay with us.
We are happy to host them again any time.
Marc and Melissa and Marc's parents from Indiana were really friendly and appreciative guests. Their favorite thing was sitting on our spacious front porch in the shade and chatting. Peace and happiness among the generations -- everyone expressed delight over the breakfast, which made the cook happy!
Marc and his friends arrived on time, lovely experience and they left the apartment nice and tidy. I would definately recomnend to future hosts.
Marc and Mel came to stay in Charleston for a long weekend. They were easy to communicate with & left the house spic and span clean. We were happy to come home to find our cat Millie relaxed and happy. Intrepid travelers, they stayed busy during their stay & sounds like they saw the best Charleston has to offer. Welcome back anytime!!
Marc is a quiet, gracious guest, and a real travelling "pro". I think he said he has been to over 80 COUNTRIES!!! He is in a race to see whether he or a friend reaches 100 first... I would welcome him back any time.