Nuremberg: Golden Angels & Prune People

Once again, the rain stopped for us, this time just as our train pulled into Nuremberg. After 24 hours with no suitcase (!) I welcomed my cashmere sweaters and warm, comfortable boots (not to mention a few other things).

This is a beautiful, historic city and is home to a 400-yr old market that many others have been modeled after. It is big, lively, colorful and jam-packed with people of all ages.  There seemed to be a  Gluhwein stall every six feet.  And the best Children’s Market I’ve seen.  But a high point was found in the international section of the market, were we discovered a booth from the USA – Atlanta to be specific; I settled on hot cocoa with Jack Daniels, and my friend Sarah apple cider and Jack. Perfect.





Posted on December 9, 2015, in Christmas Markets, Europe, Germany. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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