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... out of the corner of my eye and I stopped. I didn't even notice Karyn was holding a sign with my name on it! Good heavens! After many hugs and tears, we set off. First stop was to see a very kind Japanese man for an acupuncture treatment. What a lovely experience and I do think that it did help me with jet lag. I learned a few things that will defintely be helpful and I will make adjustments in my daily routine. Now I just need to find an acupuncturist at home! After treatment ...
... came back to the ship. We came up to Crooners and enjoyed the cocktail of the day – an interesting Pina Colada type in red, white and blue to celebrate Independence day.
We went back to our cabin and had a little lie down – it’s hard work being a tourist as Craig always says! Then it was time to get changed for dinner and we went down to Michaelangelos restaurant and met up with Lloyd and Janine for ...
... watch the sail-away from Skywalker’s Night Club. We had a drink and some snacks (they had shrimp & cocktail sauce this night) and watched as we sailed by the many, many islands that surround Stockholm. We had dinner in the buffet on the Lido deck. They were serving red, white and blue frosted chocolate cake and ice cream for dessert in celebration of the 4th of July. It didn’t seem like much of an Independence Day celebration, but it was all ...
... Saturday. Saturday was a bit special, we decided that it was important for Brad to experience Midsummer, which the Nordic countries celebrate around June 20. The Steiners neighbours probably think they have gone slightly mad for celebrating a month early, but it was well worth it. We had Goran's brother Patrick with his wife Eva and two kids over to join us. For midsummer you make floral hair wreaths and a floral 'maypole' to dance around. We began the celebrations ...
... A work for orchestra, chorus, soloists and organ
Hilding Rosenberg, music
Hjalmar Gullberg, text
Choirs from South parishes Högalid, Mary Magdalene and Sofia
Högalids Chorus and projektkör. The narrator, soloists, string orchestra, Nils Larsson, organ, Axelina Lindholm and Staffan Sandlund, choir leader, Anna-Lena Engström conductor.
A work for orchestra, chorus, soloists ...