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Old 10-18-2005, 04:10 PM   #1
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Okay so I have been back for a little over two weeks and I think that Maybe it is time that I start getting some of these reviews up. so I'll start tonight, don't know how far I'll get but here goes.....

Yellow Hostel in Rome
Superb. Great people that work there and a good location, 5 minute walk from Roma Termini. Clean rooms and Clean bathrooms. Though on the fifth floor the showers have low water pressure and cold water. Rooms are un air-conditioned but they provide an oscillating fan for each room. Do not pay extra for an air conditioned room it's not worth it. The AC does not work and they don't provide a fan so it actually end up hotter than the un air conditioned rooms. (I stayed in Two rooms one on the fifth floor and one on the Third)

Great atmosphere no bar downstairs but they do have a kitchen and 4 internet terminals and they sell beer behind the counter and once a week they make a makeshift bar in the common room and have a theme was a "pimps and hoes" Party for us, but We didn't have any "pimp gear" so we dressed in togas......

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id like to add no curfew and grocery store around the corner and near metro.
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here right now.. it's great... 2nd the low pressure on the 5th floor... but other that that great... if i wasn't poor i would be out on the bar night they organize evey night...

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absolutely loved it. stayed for 18 days in total. the best staff i've come across so far, well as far as being cool and friendly and taking me out with them. very social place, its so easy to meet people there. if i had an EU passport i would have worked there.
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