Sunday, December 9, 2012

Nuremburg Christmas Market - Part 2

Continuing on with Part 2 of our adventure...

These minis are so detailed and pretty!

Cookies almost too pretty to eat!
I love this lamp!

This is awesome!! I so wanted one but Thomas thought I was crazy.

Look at the drawers! SO COOL!

And it was only 275 Euro ($363)!
Still, it was cool.

A Playmobil stall. They had a few things for sale, but were mostly promoting the Playmobil Park in Nuremburg. We will definitely be going!!! Sooo much to do and see here!
LOVE these hand painted ornaments!
We saw these last year in Innsbruck.

Detailed mural

Lunchtime!! Of course we had the Nuremburger sausages!!! It's a must!!!
With a Coke!! I must have found the cheapest stall because all three sandwiches, plus a Coke to share was only 11 Euro!! A steal!
Spoiled pigeons didn't want our crumbs! Phfttt!
We saw many people carrying around these longggg brats! And it always cracked us up!

Pretty angels!

We stepped inside the Cathedral, but there was a service going on, so we just peeked inside and went back out. This is just inside - showing the ceiling. Very, very old and sooo beautiful! We'll be back again!
Prettiest Nativity set I saw all day!

These ladies were part of a group, and I asked to take their photo. They were having a really great time, lol!
Official Nativity Scene

HUGE pretzels!!

I sent Thomas off for one of these...

...while Bella & I checked out the sweets!
Mmmmmm! Waffle!!!!
Nom, nom, nom!

Had to check out the greeting card stall! Mine are better!!! I need to sell on the economy!
Almost bought something here, but it was really crowded, and I don't like being rushed!
These guys were so funny! They wanted me to take their photo!!!
These are the famous sausages!! But cost more at this stall, lol!
Still lots more to see!!
Stay tuned for Part 3!


Life in a Small Town said...

I.AM.SO.JEALOUS! I watched a show about the German markets on Create TV yesterday, and the Nuremburg was one they spent a lot of time on. They even mentioned the famous sausages, and that they say that they're so small so they can slide them through the keyhole after the monastery (I think it was) closed. Very interesting!
Everything looks so beautiful!

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

I'm not sure I could ever get enough of this. Amazing!

Darla said...

I think I need to send you some money, do you ever see fabric or laces/trims for sale.....I am going to bed, you will be getting up soon...I sent you a very happy have three guesses and the first two don't count... :)