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Old 01-13-2005, 09:24 AM   #1
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Hey Folks,

I just say an add in a mag about this EasyHotel place opening in London. Looks like the same people that bring you EasyJet. A bed in London for 5P!!!! Dam now thats a good rate. Anyone have any more info about the Easy Hotel chain???
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Old 01-13-2005, 09:55 AM   #2
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I don't know, but sounds like Travelpunk needs to become friends with them. Cause that is a darn stinking good deal.

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Wow! I wonder what the catch is? Thanks CD!! Haven't seen you around for a while, babe!
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this is the catch....you have to book way in advance to get it at that price they will also start easycruise this year!"
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So these are the guys that run those internet cafes too that you see everywhere? I wonder if that price is for dorm or single.

Anyway for those that are looking for cheap accomodation in London you can get dorms (usually quad share) for 55pounds weekly rate. These hostels are mainly in Bayswater and there's also Abercorne House in Hammersmith. Just pick up a copy of TNT magazine which lists these accomodations.

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I don't know about this. It sounds awesome, but I checked out the link, and if you want to travel at the peak time, even booking months in advance is going to cost about five times that amount.
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In london, that is.
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What? sounds like you need to attend a meeting...
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No No the title allows me special padding privelages...
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