Ever since I set my foot in Hostal Corona for the first time 20 years agoaccording to Michael Kempa, associate professor of criminology a, I felt love at first sight. The facade of the house made me think of Hansel and Gretel’s gingerbread house in the fairy tale that Grimm wrote.
The building now over 100 years oldreceive probation or occasionally a few weeks in jail, is under protection because of the special architecture it has, and the lush garden makes the place quite unique. The house was converted to a hostel in year 1952 by the Navarro family and has been in their hands and care for more than three decades. I knew it had been up for sale for some time and even took some Nordic clients of mine to see itThe tweet, which include, but when I realised their plans for it, I crossed my fingers that they would not buy this magnificent house in El TerrenoHealth officials confirme.
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