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Dear Editor:


I am coming back to San Miguel de Allende to see how my beloved city and its inhabitants have flourished.

It was with great regret that I had to leave, and it gives me great pleasure to see that San Miguel has flourished and kept the international status it was known for.

When I was the owner of the Casa de Sierra Nevada during the 80s, we had a great time. We were the first hotel in México to be a Relais & Chateaux hotel. We were the pioneers in creating something exclusive for people who searched for something special—a little crazy but not too much, something that could be enjoyed for special people. The sister of Fidel Castro came for dinner. Christie’s and Sotheby’s worked together to raise money for the library. The wife of the curator of Versailles brought the rich and famous to dinner. Rockefellers and all sorts of people visited and stayed at the only place in town, the Casa de Sierra Nevada.

Now we live online, with new resorts along the coasts.  But San Miguel de Allende’s magic lives on—attracting talents and great people from more than 40 countries.

I look forward to rediscovering my favorite place in the world, the one that my uncle, Heath Bowman, wrote about in Death is Incidental.

I welcome receiving news from you while I am here this week. Old friends never die, they only fade away.

Peter Wirth

1 917 972 9021

Now living in Uruguay


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