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Spain serves lunch in honour of Christopher Columbus

By Chelsea Nash      

Guests who had to skip out early didn鈥檛 miss out on a speech, because there wasn't one.

Spanish Ambassador Carlos G贸mez-M煤gica Sanz, left, welcomes French Ambassador Nicolas Chapuis to his residence for a lunchtime reception. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
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Spanish Ambassador Carlos G贸mez-M煤gica Sanz, and his spouse, Maria De La Rica Aranguren, switched things up by hosting a lunchtime reception at their official residence last Wednesday. As it turns out, many people were able聽to sneak away from the office for a few hours, as the daytime shindig was packed with ambassadors, Canadian government聽officials, and other VIPs, who must have had a hankering for some Spanish food and drink to break up their day. Party Central arrived at

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