Monday, November 28

Christmas Market

Weihnachten means Christmas in German and last week all around Germany, in all the Altstadts or old town centres, Christmas Markets opened and will stay open until the end of December. They are kind of like fun fairs, but they also have stalls where you can buy cool and kitsch presents, lots of food with yummy confectionary including white fairy floss, as well as hot crepes and sausages. But best of all they serve hot alcoholic drinks. Holding the drink warms your freezing hands, and the rum or sweetened wine warms you in 3.5 seconds from within.


Blogger la vie en rose said...

how fun! the chocolates look divine!

4:08 am  
Blogger Heather said...

Wow, these pictures are so pretty. You are making me want to go to Germany.

5:44 am  
Blogger kimbofo said...

Gorgeous piccies. Reminds me of the time we went to Bruges between Christmas and New Year many moons ago. The markets were fascinating - and the chocolates were devine! :)

5:57 am  
Blogger kath red said...

mmmm yummy chockies and the christmas lights

11:13 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It looks just gorgeous and we all wish we could be there briely just for the Xmas fest. The girls would love the winter wunderland.

2:58 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love it - I agree with Mich - it is just so gorgeous! The boys would love the lights.


11:59 am  
Blogger dani said...

con & milv, 1 day soon, hopefully i'll be so rich i'll be able to shout you and the kids for a cool white xmas here.

7:21 pm  

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