Hostelling International-Pigeon Point Lighthouse Hostel
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Nous avons passé la soirée et la nuit dans l'auberge "Pigeon Point Lighthouse Hostel". Cet endroit est particulièrement sympathique et bien ééquipé. La cerise sur le gâteau fut le coucher de soleil dans le jacuzzi privé avec je pense la vue la plus spectaculaire du monde .Une vue imprenable sur le pacifique depuis le haut des falaises. C'est en tout le plus coucher de soleil que j'ai pu savourer !
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Our motel was voted worst on tour. I had a swim in the pool which was its only redeeming factor. We couldn't believe that they actually ran out of breakfast. Not a good way to start the day!
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