3.11km from Oakcrest MarketAfter staying in the hotel for a few days, I suddenly came to the Youth Hostel. The conditions were naturally simple, as if I had returned to the school dormitory. Only gave a bath towel. It may be that there are fewer people, the toilet bathroom is enough, and usually no one is going. But not every shower gel or shampoo! The lamp is time-limited, up to 15 minutes, will be extinguished by the time, and will be re-opened. The more unacceptable is the air conditioner, please ask the front desk to help open. Every night at 9:00, it will be closed on time, and the front desk will not be opened so fast. It often comes back more than 8 o'clock, please open the front desk once, stop at 9 o'clock, and reopen again at 9:30. However, after the weather turned cold, it should be acceptable. Breakfast is provided free of charge, but only raw materials, machines, and do it yourself. There are waffles, pancakes and oatmeal. Coffee, hot chocolate and tea are available 24 hours a day, and the faucet on the right side of the sink is hot water. Orange juice and milk are only available for breakfast. This location is not very safe, it is best to come back when it is dark. The Youth Hostel also reminded them not to mention the cartoon characters on the street or the people who gave you the CD. Even if they say it is free, they still have to tip. The subway station is nearby, but local friends are not recommended to take the subway. In fact, I have to know that I will rent a car a little farther away. I can live in a comfortable hotel at almost the same price, and the service provided will be much better. The attitude at the front desk is quite good. I originally wanted to pick up the shuttle bus to the airport, but I must provide the flight number of the day, and the front desk can make an appointment with the airport. So the front desk aunt told me in detail about the three ways to go to the airport, including how the subway turns, and where the bus goes. In the end, I chose to take Uber== as if it were thirty or forty, but it saved a lot of trouble.