On Friday I went to see “Dracula” at the Royal Opera in Stockholm.
The opera is based on Bram Stoker’s classic novel of 1897, and most people know at least the essentials of the story.
It has been filmed a number of times, however, this was the first time the tale has reached the operatic stage, and it is a truly stunning and spectacular, visually and musically.
The Dracula story has been always one of favorite intense love story since I was a kid. The story has indeed changed everything we know about the world’s most famous vampire.
I was so happy and excited as a kid when my boyfriend booked us the tickets and it was a great experience to go together to the royal opera for the first time, but not the last.
Hope you all had a great weekend! XO
T-Shirt, MissGuided – Skirt & Jacket, H&M
No matter how exquisite my bra, or how exquisitely it fits me or not, I always look forward to the exquisitely marvelous moment when I take it off at the end of the day.
Bras, like other fashion items, are built on the idea of scaling proportion, but the scale does not center on the cup — it’s the band that’s the star here. The problem with most of us that our breasts are not the same shape or weight. Actually almost no one has perfectly symmetrical breasts except if they gone for a plastic surgery.
Anyway, I unhooked my bra in order to have my usual yearly mammogram. Now I’m waiting the full mammogram report which will be sent by the health care provider.
The highlight of the weekend aside from being sick and in hospital, Saturdays have become my favorite days to explore new places, cities in Sweden.
Few weeks ago I went to visit Vaxholm. Me and my boyfriend took the Waxholmsboalget boats to the in the Stockholm archipelago.
We found out later on that you can actually go to the town by bus using your SL card. Still taking the ferry was magical especially on the way back to Stockholm. The view was so pretty and it was a sunny day!
The best thing to do in Vaxholm is to simply stroll around. Don’t forget to stroll along the harbour.
Vaxholm is the name of both a town and the island it is on and is located in the central portion of the archipelago.
Thanks to google search I found the best place for a Swedish “fika”, Vaxholms Hembygdsgårds Café which is beautifully situated on a small peninsula. There you will find all sorts of traditional Swedish dishes like cold-roasted salmon with dill stewed potatoes, smoked shrimps and the classic “shrimp sandwich” (in Swedish: räkmacka). Not to even mention the amazing desert buffet with cookies and pastries! OMG yum yum for the nuf nuf tummy.
The first thing you may notice when arriving at Vaxholm, apart from a boat petrol station, is its fortress. It was constructed under King Gustav Vasa in the 16th century, though most of it was rebuilt in the 19th century. It protected Stockholm city successfully from the Danes in the 17th century and the Russians in the 18th. The view from above is really amazing especially on a sunny day.
We had early dinner before we leave the island at Magasinet i Waxholm
This restaurant has everything you would want, great organic food, great wine, great view, friendly staff and a shop underneath to browse.
Have a nice weekend y’all, XOXO