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Old 16th June 2019, 09:00 PM
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We considered it, especially as the suegra is a US citizen but it was the medical costs that put us off. We even had a villa in FL for the inlaws to live in. OK there were some cheap options on some things such as outlet stores and the likes of Lowes, etc. but, in general, things worked out expensive. For example, one couldn't just walk to a nearby corner-shop for a few groceries, one had to take the car and drive to Walmart or some other store. Th general, the quality of foodstuffs was on the poorer side of OK, especially compared with here in Spain.
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