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2013 Denver Christkindl Market

My hubby and I were so excited to find out that there is a Christmas Market in downtown Denver! It is called, “Denver Christkindl Market” which organised by German-American Chamber of Commerce (GACC) every year during November 22 to December 22  ( It was a bit small but you can find not only genuine german foods like pretzels, wurst, beer, gluhwein etc. but also handmade gifts like Christmas ornaments, paper stars, candles, etc. I miss this kind of market so much as it’s the best thing about Christmas in Germany.


We walked around the market and bought a salty pretzel from a german guy. He told us that there are a lot of german people in Denver and Colorado Spring. He moved here 15 years ago and still missed the real Christmas market in Germany. I really miss Berlin! We wish we could go back for a visit sometime soon.

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There was also a heat tent with german music and beer but it was pretty crowd so we decided to have dinner in a restaurant nearby instead. Before we left, we bought a paper star and some pretzels back home. If we are still here next year, we will definitely come back for more!

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I also discussed more about Christmas market in Berlin on my previous post, Let’s Countdown to Christmas! ( Please feel free to check it out! Here is my holiday season master piece featuring Queen Elsa from Frozen and Jack Frost from Rise of the Guardians!

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Btw, this post is my last post of 2013! Have a happy holidays everyone! 🙂



INTJ / Economist (by learning) / Illustrator (by trying) / Bookworm / Coffeeholic / Toy Collector / Gamer

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