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The standard online Chinese travel agents (elong, ctrip) seem to be able to make bookings in Dandong, starting from Y160 (USD 26) or so for two. I realize you can get cheaper dives in many places, but doesn't that answer the question adequately? The government probably wants a bit better control in a sensitive border area.
Koya-san is the ultimate overnight temple experience, and accommodates English-speakers easier than anywhere in Japan. However, if it is too far out of the way, Myoshin-ji in Kyoto also permits overnight stays. Temples in Kamakura, about an hour south of downtown Tokyo, do as well.
Yes, but ... Further searching has led me to a few discoveries. In a previous question about Macau, Ankur tells us about one hostel, Augusters Lodge there that had to close down. Then I found an article on About.com, Top Three Macau Hostels by Rory Boland. It's obviously not up-to-date as it lists the aforementioned former hostel, but also two more: San ...
One of the most beautiful place to temple lodging is Koyasan which is close to Kyoto. Different temples offer lodging with a traditional meal included. They also offer the opportunity to pray with the monks early in the morning (5 a.m.) and before dinner. In order to reach Koyasan from Kyoto you have to take a train to Osaka (Namba station) and from there ...
You can search on http://casa.it or http://kijiji.it for "Affitto Temporaneo" or mailing local real estate agencies (most famous are http://tecnocasa.it http://tempocasa.it) asking for apartments that match your needs, specifying you're there for max 2/3 months. I strongly suggest you to search for a room in a shared flat, by the way. It will be cheaper and ...
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