Often, instead of the usual words “hotel” and “hotel”, we hear a foreign “hostel”. What lies behind the fashionable foreign name? In order to answer this question, we turn to the literal translation.
Hostel in English means “hostel”. It would seem that everything is clear, however, we will not rush to conclusions.
In Europe, there are two types of hostels. The first one is, indeed, a hostel for the long-term residence of certain categories of the population (for example, our student hostels). Continue reading