Flashback Friday to our R&R to Hawaii in 2014.
You’ll be happy to know this is my last post about Christmas markets — at least for the next eight or so months until the season begins again. To round off our sixth Christmas market of the season, we visited the Strasbourg Christmas market the weekend after Christmas — one of the few Christmas marketsContinue reading “Strasbourg Christmas Market”
I promise I’ll stop writing about Christmas markets soon. It’s March, after all. I’ve covered the Christmas markets in Frankfurt, Bad Homburg, Heidelberg, and Brussels. Today, I’m writing about the Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt. (And there’s just one more after this — until this coming Christmas season, that is.) Clock tower show at noon. The Nuremberg ChristmasContinue reading “Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt”
Our first international trip from Germany was to Brussels, Belgium over Thanksgiving weekend. It happened to coincide with the opening weekend of the city’s Christmas market, known as Winter Wonders. This was by far the largest and most impressive of the six Christmas markets we visited over the season, featuring 200+ vendor “chalets,” a massiveContinue reading “Belgium | Brussels”
Beautiful Heidelberg. Our first day trip after moving to Germany was to Heidelberg, a university town about an hour outside of Frankfurt whose original buildings from the later Middle Ages and early Renaissance escaped destruction by World War II air raids and are largely intact. Heidelberg is home to the oldest university in Germany, datingContinue reading “Germany | Heidelberg”
Beautiful Bad Homburg Bad Homburg Palace Pond Autumn colors on display Nativity scene at Bad Homburg Christmas market Bad Homburg is a picturesque spa town about a 20-minute drive from where we live in Frankfurt. In all the hullabaloo about Christmas market season, Kail, Piopio, and I mistakenly ventured there one weekend too early inContinue reading “Germany | Bad Homburg”
Last summer, Kail, Piopio, and I moved to our fourth overseas post (technically Piopio’s second): Frankfurt, Germany.
One other project I wanted to get underway before leaving for the States again was starting and updating my Project Life: Jordan | Book Two scrapbook. It took a back burner to, you know, setting up the nursery, starting Piopio’s baby book, completing book one of my Jordan scrapbooks, and updating my blog …… Not toContinue reading “Project Life: Jordan | Book Two”