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I think that there is a new public clinic/hospital but expect that the private hospital, de la Fey is still a good option. I had a couple procedures done there and very good and cheaper than my deductible in the US. There is also a great pharmacist on the corner of Canal & Hernandez Macias in centro that is a great source.
Mama Mia ok, more of a hangout than restaurant. Never charged more than listed prices but then I always check. The great rooftop is really next door where enter through Pueblo Viejo.
I'm on a number of blogs in SMA and pretty amazing what you can get these days for very reasonable rental.
Would you mind sharing those blog, please. Thanks

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Thanks conklinwh for the medical info and the tip about Mama Mia's. Are there particular blogs I might find helpful?

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Thanks conklinwh for the medical info and the tip about Mama Mia's. Are there particular blogs I might find helpful?
The Moderators, the rules of the forums, don't permit linking to such blogs. I did that recently and the link (to some comments there) was deleted with the message that links to "competitors" (my words) wasn't permitted here. Passing of such information is probably best accomplished by PM. There are a couple of local online groups you will find helpful.

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I'm new to this forum .... thanks for reminding me of the rules about linking. I do now remember reading that when I signed up.

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Any Veteran Posts in SMA? Thanks, Jim

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I believe there are both an American Legion and VFW post in San Miguel de Allende.

Here's a listing of American Legion posts in Mexico, including SMA:

Directory of Posts in The American Legion Department of Mxico

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Ok, thanks for the info. I was curious because I am retired AF.

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Don't know of any retired Military web sites for expats. But there are plenty of us around. What sort of questions do you have?

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Just curious. I enjoy visiting AmLeg Posts and plan on coming down there in March. Visited PV 2 times and didn't care for it. Just returned from my 3rd visit to Merida and enjoyed it except the heat is brutual when one enjoys walking. Any suggestions on small clean hotels?

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Just curious. I enjoy visiting AmLeg Posts and plan on coming down there in March. Visited PV 2 times and didn't care for it. Just returned from my 3rd visit to Merida and enjoyed it except the heat is brutual when one enjoys walking. Any suggestions on small clean hotels?
A couple of hotels which meet my needs and which I've enjoyed when visiting during the past 19 years:

Parador San Sebastian (San Miguel de Allende, Mexico) - Hotel Reviews - TripAdvisor

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Quinta Loreto (San Miguel de Allende, Mexico) - Hotel Reviews - TripAdvisor

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