I stayed at the walking street hostel for a week, meeting all sorts of people along the way. I must've seen about 10 people pass, from all sorts of different locations. Most people only stayed a day or so. The people at the desk were friendly and helpful, providing you with a free travelling map of pisa and tips on where to dine out or how to get to certain places (even outside pisa). The hostel has several mixed rooms, a few bathrooms to share and a shared, small, kitchen for guests to use. The common area has a cabin with some books and games, a pooltable, some sofas and a computer with internet access to use for free. There are lockers that you can use, for free, but you should bring your own padlock. The beds were comfortable enough, with a nightstand and lamp by many of them.
Unique Quality: Each room has beautiful glass art windows, dating back from the 1700s.
There's a pool table, free internet acces and lockers.
Shared bathroom and kitchen.
Directions: Right on the Corso Italia, the main street.
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