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Private micro-hostel in calm surroundings near the city centre.

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Private backpacker's accommodation in calm surroundings just a short walk from the city. 

- 7 min walk from the city center


PRICES

Single room (450 NOK)
Double room (550 NOK)

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Private backpacker's accommodation in calm surroundings just a short walk from the city.  - 7 min walk from the city center PRICES Single room...

The Backpack Shack

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