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Christmas Adventures Part 1: Erfurt part 2

Our full day in Erfurt we wandered all over spying on all the Christmas markets

Ramen for lunch from Jen Ramen - pretty tasty and good on a cold day

Erfurt is the home of a children's television station here in Germany so there were fun statues from their shows all over the town

We got some fresh soft pretzels here! So good!

Pear punch from a stall in Wenigemarkt - not too sweet so it was perfect! A lot of the non-alcoholic kinderpunsches are super sweet so I can't really drink much, but this had a light flavor and was nice to help us warm up

Some treats from Zucker & Zimt which were really tasty

In the evening we wandered around Zitadelle Petersberg

The main Christmas market from the Citadel

Blurry photo but fried cauliflower and brussel sprouts from the market - the brussel sprouts were amazing!

A beet apple walnut flamkuchen from the market at Wenigemarkt - also super good!

And a Langos from the same market

With some Churros for dessert! All the treats!

This was such a nice day! The snow really made everything more magical, the Christmas markets were great and we loved trying all the things! And seeing all the cute statues around town!


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