A Room with a Pew by Richard Starks
Sleeping Our Way Through Spain's Ancient Monasteries

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An offbeat and entertaining account of a journey through Spain – staying only in ancient monasteries.

 

About Richard Starks

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Richard Starks and Miriam Murcutt are writers and editors who have authored several books, including Lost in Tibet and Along the River that Flows Uphill. Worldwide travelers, they rank their journey through Spain’s ancient monasteries as one of their most rewarding experiences. They live in Boulder, Colorado. Visit them at www.starksmurcutt.com. 
 
Published September 4, 2012 by Globe Pequot Press. 256 pages
Genres: Travel, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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In their latest dispatches from abroad, Starks and Murcutt (Along the River that Flows Uphill: From the Orinoco to the Amazon, 2009, etc.) take readers on a pilgrimage to seven monasteries across Spain.

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Plotting strategically in advance, they traveled southwest from Barcelona to Malaga, staying in a series of ancient monasteries that open their doors to overnight visitors.

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