|from the ferris wheel|
I'll probably jinx myself by saying it, but I intend to catch up on a few December posts over the next few days.
The Luxembourg Christmas Market wound down a couple of days ago, after running every day since November 22nd. We were able show our visitors from the US around back in November.
There are two main areas of the Lux market, with a few other small sections scattered around town. We spent most of our time this year at one of the main markets on Place de la Constitution, next to the Golden Lady monument, which commemorates Luxembourgers who perished in the First World War. Most of the photos below are from that area.
|riding the ferris wheel|
|first time trying the trampolines|
|trying some flips|
|a Christmas brass band|
|a non-scheduled act|
|hot wine and hot chocolate, with a side of Spätzle|
|Juice this time. Christmas markets are all about eating and drinking.|
|hey, it's the whole family|
For our introduction to the Christmas Market phenomenon, see here.