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Christmas Adventures: Liege

The next day it was on to Liege, Belgium to spy on their market. 

The market itself was mostly just food or drink stalls which wasn't our favorite. They did have lots of different food options though which was nice, but not a lot of things to spy on. We did find a lunch place for us - pumpkin croquettes which were amazing!

And veggie ramen...which wasn't that great. 

After lunch we wandered through the city to see what we could see

And there is a giant market along the waterfront. It went on forever! It reminded me a lot of the Turkish market here in Berlin, but it was mostly textiles

and I found a sweater I love there!

On the way out of town we stopped at La Patisserie Vegan for all the treats! It was late in the day so they didn't have many options left, but plenty for us! We got this tiny strawberry cake

A chocolate buch de noel

A pan au chocolate for Raymond and plain and pistachio croissants! Everything was super tasty and they gave us so many free croissants as they had some left, they were closing soon and would be closed for the holidays after this! It was so nice. All the treats! I love it when I can get fancy vegan foods!

I really enjoyed Liege. It was really fun to wander through and I would definitely go back just to explore the city more (and get more treats from the patisserie!)


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