In ancient Greece, a stranger passing outside a house would be invited inside by the family. The host would wash the stranger’s feet, offer him or her food and wine, and only after the guest was comfortable would the host ask their name.  While today’s greeting practices have changed, this early relationship between host and guest is an example of the lengths we can go to in order to make one comfortable in an unfamiliar environment and deliver a personalized experience.


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