C & N Backpackers - 927 Main
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TravelPod Member ReviewsC & N Backpackers - 927 Main Vancouver
I liked staying at this backpacker's. it was in an old building and it creaked a lot, but the staff were really friendly. It is a 20 minute walk to the city and there are a couple of good bars really close to the hostel. Also it is a 5 minute walk away from the greyhound bus station which is really helpful
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