As a come back post, I would love to present you a photo essay of my first time European Christmas Market experience at Luxembourg, Trier – Germany and Bruges – Belgium.
As an Ethiopian Wanderer at European Christmas Markets, I choose to share with you the colorful, full of life and exciting European Christmas Market’s spirit through Ethiopian eyes.
Vibrant Luxembourg Christmas Market.
Enjoying Gluhwein ( Mulled Wine) – European Christmas Market Staple.
Heading to Trier, Germany to experience European Christmas Market from the origin.
Traditional German dishes. Bratwurst – Type of German sausage. Reibekuchen – Potato Pancakes with apple sauce (my favorite).
Lebkuchen (Ginger Bread ) – Traditional German baked Christmas treat.
More Gluhwein obviously and collecting mugs!
Spatzle ( kind of soft egg noodle) is another culinary delicacy of European Christmas Market.
Saying Good Bye to Trier, Germany.
Hello Beautiful Bruges – My husband’s home town.
Oliebollen – a traditional Dutch and Belgian Food. Delicious!
Homemade Belgian Waffle with Chocolate is a must have treat at Bruges, as Belgians are famous for it and it is a chocolate world indeed!
Hearing electrifying gospel music by South African Gospel Singers at Luxembourg Christmas market was my favorite moment. It gave me goose bumps! so powerful!
Of course Belgian Beer! Cheers!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!