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... celkem kratkem spanku uz jen ta myslenka, ze uz si zase budeme muset balit bagly nas unavuje. Navic se nam hodne libil ten hostel, ve ktere momentalne jsme, je dobre vybaveny pro potreby cestovatelu, zamestnanci jsou mily a je tu dobra atmosfera, ale neni to vylozene party hostel, coz nam vyhovuje, aspon se muzem normalne vyspat. Tak i pres doporuceni ostatnich jsme se rozhodli si nas pobyt v Sao Paulo jeste o jednu noc prodlouzit. Ten dobry hostel bohuzel mel plno tak jsme ...
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