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Old 07-09-2003, 04:56 AM   #1
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Going through the info right now dude for the cities I will be in in Aug. B) B)
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Ok, maybe this might not be the place or the time, but I've asked before and nobody volunteered so I figured I'd give it a try again:
- What's the difference between a B&B and a regular Hostel, if any???
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b&B's are more normally ppls houses where they rent out a room or two to travellers. they give u breakfast in the morning.
hostels are normally larger (some can be huge). normally u should find a shared kitchen and a lounge in a hostel. rooms can be either single double or shared (depending on what u want to pay)

does that help?
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great, I get it now, thanks a bunch!!!!
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