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CAN THE MAGIC HOUSE BE SAVED?

La Casa Magica, Villatuerta, Spain – charming, warm, old and threatened with foreclosure.

I received an SOS email last night. A 500-year-old albergue in which my cousin Iain and I stayed while walking the Camino de Santiago is in serious financial trouble. I suspect that is not uncommon in Spain at the moment.

I have no idea whether the inn’s owners Simone and Miguel are good or bad at running a business. I know they bought La Casa Magica at a bad time, just before Spanish property prices plummetted. They probably paid too much for their building. I’m sure they weren’t the only ones. Continue reading

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