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Old 08-30-2005, 04:12 PM   #1
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We got there a few weeks after they opened and the place was awesome. It was absolutely beautiful and no detail was missed. The reception staff was so nice and helpful. They had a nice kitchen upstairs and plenty of private bathrooms (two per floor). The location was absolutely fabulous - less than a block from the square!
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Sounds good, I was thinking about heading over there. Were they private rooms or dorm style? and most important how much??
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All they had left was dorms, but there were only six beds per room. I believe they had private. It was 50 zl per person a night, which was roughly 11 or 12 Euro.
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Um...what is the name of the hostel?
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^^^ good question!
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^^^^My guess is Tutti Frutti.

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