Thursday, December 17

Trier Christmas Market

On Sunday we went to the Trier Christmas Market. We had such an enjoyable time last year, Bryce and I were excited to share it with his parents. The train ride was pleasant and uneventful. The only added element this year was snow, it didn't stick, but still - SNOW! Although incredibly cold, it really did put us in the Christmas mood. Who can worry about cold when there is hot, steaming mugs of Gluehwein to be had? I must confess that I skipped the Gluehwein this year and had a latte spiked with Baileys instead. Slurp. Grandpa and the girls
Traditional German Christmas Cookies
found underfoot Baseball sized marshmallows. "I want that one."

Got it. Carousel ride!

7 comments:

Emily said...

The carisol picture is so so sweet. You REALLY are becoming an amazing photographer! Next visit you need to give me lessons.

Irini said...

Those Marshmallows are amazing. I want one! Nice to see you and the family out and about.
Happy Holidays!

Lindsay said...

This was one of my favorite things to do when we lived in Bitburg. I really miss it and we finished our last bottle of Gluehwein last Christmas. Loved it and have some beautiful ornaments for great memories.

jojoebi said...

I so want to come and live with you! and I REALLY want one of those marshmallows!

se7en said...

oooohhhh cold but lovely, you are making such amazing memories. My folks visited Europe for a year when I was tiny and I can still remember the smell of Christmas... crispy fresh trees on the corners and spice cookies.

Lisa said...

I didn't realize the actual size of the marshmellow in the first photo but then in the second I was WOWED! That carousel is adorable!

Marlo said...

I love Trier and that cathedral next to the market. Wishing I was eating a pretzel right now. Enjoy it for all of us.

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