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Old 02-03-2003, 10:21 AM   #1
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Just wanted to start this board off by recommending two hostels in Madrid.

Hostel Barbieri and Los Amigos.

Both of these hostels are aomewhat small, but had a great staff and are filled with backpackers all over the world.

You can find both of these hostel on the Madrid page- http://travelpunk.com/madrid
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SAMOA.
Seipepa Travel Home in Apia is superb. They ask you to pay what you believe is a fair thing. Very popular - Book ahead.
Tanu Beach Resort on Savaii Island - you may not want to leave. :D

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I love Los Amigos in Madrid. The only problem is that it has no air conditioning and that kinda sucked in July. But the people there were great, and it's in a good location.
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Ok, so Barbieri is better, because there they have airconditioning in the rooms. And besides that its also a great place. Good, international atmosphere, good location and very clean and cheap. www.barbierihostel.com
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Location is very close to the center of all the action. Also, a really nice and relatively inexpensive restaurant close by is called BAZAAR.

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