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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Poinsettias at Sea

Good morning,

Freedom of the Seas is all decked out for Christmas and even more decorations are being set up as I took these images.  These are all live flowers and make such a fantastic impression when displayed in rows and groups.
These white...
...and red poinsettias line the lighted bridge on the Royal Promenade.
 There are also live poinsettias on every deck, in every hallway, in every venue of the ship.

Just gorgeous!

Very best,
Lois

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7 comments:

Marit Johanne said...

Beautiful, you know that we call the poinsettias "Julestjerne" = Christmas Star
in Norway ?

Diana said...

It just looks so festive! I love it!
Love Di ♥

Happy Days said...

So pretty!!That's a lot of flowers!! wow! I would guess they have a million trees too! Waht a pretty time of year to go on a cruise!...maybe someday....debbie

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Glorious colors, Lois, and all the prettier because they are actually real flowers!

Mama-Bug said...

Everything looks beautiful, can't wait to see more! Have fun!!!

Sherry said...

Stunning! I would have never thought to go on a cruise at Christmas time!

Lois Evensen said...

Good morning,

Ah, yes, Marit, we have sent Christmas flowers to Mom in Norway and have received lovely pictures of them on the Christmas table. :)

There are so many decorations here. There are more going up every day and I am sure the ship will be just glowing inside and out by Christmas Eve.

There are many families who celebrat Christmas at sea. It is a perfect opportunity for families that live in distant places to come together to enjoy the holidays together without having to cook and clean up. ;) There is something for everyone here so all ages have a grand time.

Thank you so much, everyone, for stopping by.

Very best,
Lois