eat. sip. shop. / vancouver christmas market

Visiting the German Christmas market in Chicago is an annual Christmas tradition so when I heard there was a market similar in Vancouver you can only imagine how merry this made me:) I wasn’t that crazy about paying $6 to get in, but now that I’ve visited the market three times in the last two weeks I think I’ve gotten my money worth;) Sorry, Vancouverites – this is a free activity both in Chicago & throughout Germany. Kendra & I happily made a trip to the Vancouver Christmas Market on the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza for this week’s eat sip shop series. German-Christmas-market_01Full of holiday wonderfulness – a sure bet to lift your holiday spirits!German-Christmas-market rows of German vendors selling a range of tasty & authentic gifts from beautiful Christmas ornaments to steins to traditional cookies, cakes and candies. Processed with VSCOcam with t1 preseta thick, scrumptious hot chocolate was a must on this cold night!German-Christmas-market_02Processed with VSCOcam with t1 presetTypical closed eyes & mid-sentence happiness with a cup of my favourite Christmas beverage,  Glühwein;)German-Christmas-market_04German-Christmas-market_05German-Christmas-market_09flammkuchen in the making – sooooo good. Bacon & Crème fraîche, how could it not be?German-Christmas-market_08Definitely make some time to spend an afternoon or evening at the Vancouver Christmas market. It’s perfect for the family, a group of friends or a night out with the special one:) Do you have any Christmas markets in your city? Please share! Visit: 650 Hamilton St | Vancouver, BC xx Angela


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