HRM Duke Roger Bluetoski I of the Duchy of Dellfolk visits the District of New Tenochtitlan

(27/6/19)

HRM Duke Roger Bluetoski I of the Duchy of Dellfolk was invited to visit the District of New Tenochtitlan by HRH Prince Cooper Norfolk I today. The visit was considered a “State Visit” by the House of Norfolk, even though they were not being visited by a foreign leader. But, the term was not used much at all, so it was not a huge issue. HRM Duke Roger Bluetoski I arrived in the District of New Tenochtitlan at about 10:00 GMT-4. When the Duke arrived, HRH Prince Cooper Norfolk I gave a gift, a 5 BSD Bill that he found on the ground while cleaning the District of the Norfolk Empire. The Duke seemed to enjoy his gift and thanked HRH Prince Cooper Norfolk I for the money.

5 BSD given to HRM Duke Roger Bluetoski I of the Duchy of Dellfolk by HRH Prince Cooper Norfolk I (Photograph by HRH Prince Cooper Norfolk I)

Before HRM Duke Roger Bluetoski I of the Duchy of Dellfolk could enter the Norfolk Empire again, HRH Prince Cooper Norfolk I had to move a part of the Libereco Wall.

The Libereco Wall cut in half.

When he reached the District of New Tenochtitlan, he was given a tour of the area while the National Anthem “Totlazotlanantzin” was played. He was able to look at the wildlife of the area while his tour guide, which was HRH Prince Cooper Norfolk I, told him about the History of the area. The group then went to the smaller enclave of the District of New Tenochtitlan and viewed the Keourac Naval. The two returned to the main part of the District of New Tenochtitlan and shook hands to conclude the visit.

HRM Duke Roger Bluetoski I (left) and HRH Prince Cooper Norfolk I (right) shaking hands.

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