Akeshavs Slott Och Konferens
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... very Swedish dinner for us... With Skagenråda (sp?), shrimp mayonnaise mix that they served on hard avocado slices and some sundried tomato paste on toast. Then the main dish was savory pork chop with baked potatoes from Gotland, where Cindy is from and evidently has a lot of pride in. They only put salt and pepper and olive oil on the small potatoes, and they were delicious! Michael commented that a lot of Swedish foods are ...
... He spoke pretty slowly and didn't speak that good of English, so I had to try to use some Swedish. I thought maybe I should befriend some old people, so it forces me to speak Swedish!! Where do I go to do that?? Then I joked about fika and the old guy said something like, "Du ska inte fika efter din nästa." I was like huh (Chris also was confused), and old guy said fika had a double meaning, like it means coffee and cake, but also "look at... interested ...
... to. They are like a little smaller than ping pong balls.
So the 10 of us divvied up the tasks. Some mixed, some rolled, others fried, and yet some others made the brown sauce (like gravy). Apparently, some Swedish people cheat on the brown sauce by adding soy sauce to make it more tasty and brown. Oh yeah, we also had mashed potatoes that had some Swedish cheese in it and lingonberry sauce to go with the meatballs.
It was SO delicious! ...
... wandered around until we found the metro station and headed down for the oh-so-easy process of getting a train into the city. One train came, then another, and then another. But none of the names or destinations looked right. We paced around the station, looking for maps that would help us figure things out. Finding one only made us even more confused. We spent a solid half hour wandering in the same hundred square feet, with me getting more frustrated every minute. My magic ...
... hotel in advance. Mexico DF is not a normal Latina american city but very unformal. After my first visit there. I only wanted back. But this time better prepared.
If you stay in DF choose good areas like Zona Rosa and Polanco. There may be more, but these are recommendated by my mexican friends. I trust them. There are bars, restaurangs and super markets too. I hope to ...