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Late last week we received word from Sweden that we could schedule my interview for residency with the Swedish Embassy. I immediately called Washington D.C. and spoke with an individual who suggested that I could interview here in Florida at the Consulate. I was also advised to apply for my US Passport in my "new" name...Margaret Nilbrink.
We had a couple of options. The Consul in Fort Lauderdale explained they would be doing some work in Tampa ...
... horribly irritating. Once there, you can expect to have to stand in line-ups that make no sense for up to, or possibly more than, one-and-a-half hours.
Toronto Island Airport takes all of these problems away. For Elenka and I, who live right in the city, it's a short tram-ride away. In the departure lounge you can chow-down on cappuccinos and cookies, all ...
... The clam chowder was very nice and we were glad we had asked for a cup of it rather than a bowl as the portion was large. I had fish and chips which was very nice but again too much. Stefan had a shrimp linguine which was fine but again too much. What we did eat was washed down with a bottle of wine and we ended up paying $100 dollars for the meal which includes the atrocious 15% service charge and 9% tax. After lunch we did ...
... and barley soup which was also very good. Our last stop for the evening was Espanola Way, a pedestrian only street running off Washington Avenue. What a sensational place – trees hung with fairy lights, tables on the footpath, and bars and restaurants from one end to the other. We had Cisco Sours and potato croquettes at Cevichery then incredible creamy gelato from the place next door for desert (I tried the pistachio).
Mirka was a great guide - really funny and ...
... is the method in
which it is consumed…, there is no casual drinking from glasses of appropriate
dimensional size.., it’s served in shot glass size vessels, so you may toast
everyone in the room…,
and this is done on a continual and
impressively honorable fashion…, whether you are toasting in groups, or with
only one person…, the traditional approach is done standing holding your little
glass with both ...
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