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Oh, Christmas tree ...
When I was on the way home from our excursion I had some time left until the train would arrive. So, why not strolling over the Christmas market in Eberswalde for a little while?
 

This market isn’t a huge one but spreads this very cosy and welcome atmosphere very well. If you haven’t been in the right mood so far this place will wipe away all anti-Christmas attitude, for sure.

As soon as I left the first few stalls behind I smelled these delicious waffles with icing sugar, cotton candy, candied almonds and mulled wine – the typical and from many people loved sweet and tempting smell of Christmas.

A special highlight at this market is a big iced area which is a nice place to do some ice-skating. The children on the ice just enjoyed themselves so much.

Another likeable activity I spied was the baking session for the kiddies that’s offered by a local baker. Kneading the dough, experimenting with the cookie-cutters and using tons of sprinkles as topping must be fun.
 

When I had to leave this market which is a tiny Christmas world on its own I completely felt the season’s joy and happiness around me like a coat. Visiting a Christmas market’s definitely an enjoyable way to leave the day’s business behind for wee moments!

nathanphil says:
I must agree... there is something very special about German winters...
Posted on: Jan 25, 2010
alyssa_ob says:
I wish we had Christmas markets over in the States.
Posted on: Dec 23, 2009
gimpel says:
We had to wait till 6 december to start with christmas decorations.First we have Sinterklaas till december 5.But now where going to light up all the lights and candles and enjoying the nice time of christmas.
Posted on: Dec 07, 2009
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Oh, Christmas tree ...
Oh, Christmas tree ...
Eberswalde
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