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Old 10-18-2005, 05:32 PM   #1
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Incredibly friendly and helpful staff talk to them and they will help you plan daytrips to cannes and antibes and eze and monaco and provide you with maps and bus/train schedules.

Dorm rooms are crowded and hot and the one I stayed in was right below the common room so everyone in the common room used the same ONE bathroom as we had to share already with 29 other people also it was very noisy teh bar is open till 2 am and usuall closes at 6 am so loud music all night long also showers are coed with see through doors which doesn't really bother me but some people are....shy....just hang a towle over the door. high water pressure and almost endless hot water no curfew no lockout 15 minutes by bus to the beautiful rockey beaches. frequent power outages....so alot times you would be parting and then it would just be blackness.

and i think that is my last review for the night I will continue another day but right now it is depressing me that I am writing a review about a hostel that I stayed at over 2 months ago and I wish I was still on the medeteranian(sp)

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Why the tiny print? If we take part in your poll will we become yours?

j/k I won't steal your review
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Drats you foiled my plan.....
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I loved the Villa in Nice, the power outage never happened but they were building a new Kitchen. I stayed there for a wekk and I loved it. Yeh i heard people had to lseep in the underground floor but the hostel has three more stories above the first floor for people to sleep in nad not to mention anotherbuilding beside the main building with rooms. Do they still sell 1 euro half pints...damn i love that place.
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