The mindfulness teacher Jon Kabat Zinn has a saying: "Wherever you go, there you are." To the extent you travel life with an ugly, cranky disposition, you will likely have these types of experiences. A reasonable person experiencing difficulty with an Internet connection would have mentioned it. You did not. If I had known you were having difficulty, I could have had my tech person look at the connection, and work with you to resolve your peculiar issues. I, and other guests at my house, used the Internet without interruption, or any other problem, the entire duration of your stay. Unfortunately, as well, when I took a Styrofoam container of left-overs from the refrigerator to return to a friend, I did not realize there were multiple such containers in the refrigerator. We had planned to have the left-over fresh pasta from dinner the night before as an appetizer. Imagine our disappointment when we opened the container only to find a smelly lump of old processed meat that, for your information, did not in any way resemble a chicken cordon bleu. Our mutual reaction when we opened the container was "ugh," and we threw the rotting meat in the garbage where it belonged. Finally, as you well knew before your stay, a glitch at Airbnb caused a dual booking for one night. You had ample opportunity to find other accommodations for your entire stay, but chose not to do so. I even offered to help you. Airbnb refunded the night of the dual booking to you, and any agony you experienced because of their glitch is best taken up with them, not me. It's ironic, however, that though filled with private and spurious complaints about the place, you are angry you could not extend your stay here.