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Re: coffee van

Normally I charge for my expertise Chancer, but as its you.

So, if you want to reduce your occupancy by 20 % I would ask 'Leven' to renovate one of your bedrooms for you. I guess that would permanently put it out of action for life.

Alternatively you could employ them as an 'in house' entertainments 'redcoat' type person for a week for your guests. But that might reduce your occupancy by 100 %. I think he used to work for Butlins in Minehead. Not sure doing what though ???




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Re: coffee van

Quit with the name calling, you know it will only end in tears.

 

My 99% was really 95% bums on beds occupancy but included the revenues from short term business visitors that booked and paid for a couple of weeks or a month but left earlier and I relet the apartments.

 

And to put it into perspective the 99/95% is for the whole year not just July and August and against a backdrop of 30% cancellations usually at the last minute which rose to 50% in August following les attentats. August had been fully booked several months ahead yet come the end of July I had less than 50% occupancy nonetheless all the slack was taken up.

 

I would make far more money at 80% occupancy and I also have the potential to turn the cancellations from a  PITA to a 100% GP revenue stream.


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<BLOCKQUOTE><table width="85%"><tr><td class="txt4"><img src="/forums/completefrance-forums/cs/Themes/default/images/icon-quote.gif">&nbsp;<strong>alittlebitfrench wrote:</strong></td></tr><tr><td class="quoteTable"><table width="100%"><tr><td width="100%" valign="top" class="txt4">Normally I charge for my expertise Chancer, but as its you.

So, if you want to reduce your occupancy by 20 % I would ask 'Leven' to renovate one of your bedrooms for you. I guess that would permanently put it out of action for life.

Alternatively you could employ them as an 'in house' entertainments 'redcoat' type person for a week for your guests. But that might reduce your occupancy by 100 %. I think he used to work for Butlins in Minehead. Not sure doing what though ???</td></tr></table></td></tr></table></BLOCKQUOTE>

You are the one stuck in the dead zone with no way to return to the motherland under your usual names. I will give the bait a miss. lol
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Re: coffee van

You seem to be a very unpleasant person, ALBF.
I'll avoid all your comments from now on.

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Re: coffee van

Patf,

...if you check 'Levens' posting history most if not all of the twenty posts they have made are after one of my posts. I am not an expert on trolling...but they seem to be very focused on me. Maybe they are in love with me.

Not that it bothers me, I am happy to give as good as I get.
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You two are a marriage made in heaven, each equally obsessed with the other, I would offer you a room but I'm fully booked Stick out tongue [:P]

 

Not an expert on trolling Woot! [:-))]


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Re: coffee van

Hey Leven!

 

I read your posting as meaning the UK by "the motherland" and it made complete sense, a freudien slip perhaps?


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Name me a 'trolling' post Chancer......and don't confuse 'wit' or 'sarcasm' with trolling. I am very polite person.

BTW, I thought Leven meant Germany when he said Motherland. ????

Now, what was I called the other day by a certain person. An illiterate that lives in a homeless shelter. I cried myself to sleep after reading that.
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