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youth hostel

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Tourism
youth hostelˈyouth ˌhostel noun [countable]  DLTa place where people, especially young people who are travelling, can stay very cheaply for a short time
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youth hostelA week's multi-activity holiday based at a youth hostel costs around £120-£130.Caroline Dickinson was raped and killed July 18,1996, in her bed at a youth hostel.The walls surrounding the courtyard used to protect what was once a fortress but which is now a youth hostel.Passing the youth hostel, we climbed through gorse and bracken to Port Eynon Point.In the late afternoon the weather cleared and we walked back to the youth hostel.Calling Emily, I legged it to the youth hostel two miles away.
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