July 7, 2005
They had couches, soda machines, and a TV in the main room. They also had laundry facilities and a room with a few computers hooked up to the Internet.
I think the most fun part was the rooms we stayed in. We opted for the more communal and cheaper setting, where you walk in and on both sides are these lofts. Sixteen in total, they were these private spaces that had a bed, cubbyhole, and a fabric partition. One was stacked on top of another. It was sparse but sufficient, and I had to climb up a ladder to get to mine since mine was one of the ones on top, but I didn't mind too much. I like the hostel a lot, and you couldn't beat the location.
From journal ...And Then I Found 5 Euro