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Old 08-12-2008, 04:00 AM   #1
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Hey all,

Sorry I used this reply to bring up something completely different even though the thread about traveling healing a broken heart was really nice, it made my friend and I smile

I'm a new member, I thought this forum might be able to help me and my friend find out some more information on the places we are planning to travel to.
My name is Dre and my friend is Christina and we are currently in Amsterdam, chillin', waiting to head to another place, most likely Berlin.
My question is, does anyone know of any hostels in Munich, Paris, Rome, Prague, Barcelona and/or Berlin that will supply us with a free place to sleep and/or pay us under the table in exchange for work there?
Or if anyone has any ideas of anywhere else we can get work without a permit, we're all for it!

Looking forward to chatting with some of you

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Hi Dre !

I can't answer you myself, but wanted to welcome you aboard ! I moved your post into this forum, so that you have your very own thread. :D
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If you're willing to visit the gorgeous city that is Budapest, I know two hostels that have posted help wanted for under the table help in the past.

Aventura Hostel
this CSer owns a hostel

The CS guy says on his profile he's looking for people to work so it might be worth it to send him a message.

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also join couchsurfing.com

good way to make resources and find a free place to stay for a night
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I think this might be of interest... http://www.st-christophers.co.uk/about

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hey, i stayed at that CSer's hostel. The imperio max. That hostel turned what should have been 3 or 4 days into 12 i believe. Was alot of fun. I honestly wasn't a huge fan of abe, but he had an awesome guy working for him at the time, whom actually opened his own hostel in budapest now. but if you could get on with him and he was willing to pay you some spending cash, that would be sweet. The hostel seems to attract an awesome crowd. Plus budapest is a sick, sick city.
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Old 08-13-2008, 02:15 AM   #7
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Thank you very much for the welcome! ...and for moving my thread so I was on the right track...I'm kind of slow at these things sometimes.


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