Lisbon Old Town Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLisbon Old Town Hostel
Best location! Cruisy people- pretty much every single person is an Aussie! The rooms are not to bad, bunk beds with an shared ensuite :)
Our door handle was so fricken annoying- you could close it without locking it, which woke everyone up
Breaky included- yew! I need to stop eating so much food (6 pieces of toast and a bowl of cereal)
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