Here are some links about, for or on staying in monasteries in Italy:
BACKGROUND / INFORMATION
- How to Stay in a Monastery in Europe – "When traveling to Europe, consider staying in a monastery. Monasteries offer low prices, safety and serenity. However, they do not offer amenities such as swimming pools, free toiletries or bellhops. Many rooms don't even have televisions. You will feel secure while staying in an unfamiliar country though, and these places offer hot meals and warm smiles." – "About" – Source: eHow – "Discover the expert in you."
- Staying in Convents and Monasteries in Italy – "Staying in Italian convents or Italian monasteries instead of a HOTEL OR even a hostel is an excellent budget accommodation option, but even beyond being a way to save money it also gives you a unique accommodation experience. While some of the monasteries and convents have stricter rules than an ordinary hotel or hostel would have, most people should have no trouble abiding by them." – May 14th, 2007 – by Jessica [Spiegel] – Source: Italy section of WhyGo, Part of the BootsnAll Travel Network – "ONE-STOP INDIE TRAVEL GUIDE EST. 1998"
- Staying in a monastery in Italy – "Italian monasteries often offer cheap (sometimes even free) overnight accommodation to pilgrims and non-religious travelers alike." – Source: reidsitaly.com – "travel beyond vacations ™"
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- BOOKING MONASTERY – "Our Services" – "About Us" – Source: web site – "Monastery stays, Convents, Guest houses in Italy" – In English, Italian. Spanish
- Monastery Stays® – "The accommodation booking service for lodging in authentic monasteries and convents in Italy." – Source: web site – "Open to all, welcoming hospitality"
- Where to Stay in Rome | Convent and Monastery Accommodation in Rome | Travel to Italy – 9 December, 2009 – by ItalyTravelista – Source: ItalyTravelista by Nancy Aiello Tours – "Travel Italy at Your Own Family Pace!"
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- GREAT MONASTERIES IN ITALY – "We present a representative number of Italian Monasteries, and among them the most important from both religious and artistic point of view. Is well known that in the Italian history the role of of religious institutions like the greatest monk orders was always very important for the culture and for the arts." – Source: ITALIA – "The Italian National Tourist Board North America"
- Monasteries and Mountains in Umbria – "" – by Martha Bakerjian – Source: Italy Travel section of About.com – "Our Story"
- Ancient Abbeys and Monasteries in Eastern Umbria - 1 of 3
- Pascelupo and Hiking in Monte Cucco Park - 2 of 3
- Fonte Avellana Monastery, Across the Border in le Marche Region - 3 of 3
- X – "" – "" – Source: X – ""
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That's it for Wednesday, 9 July 2014: mercoledi, 9 luglio 2014
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