Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Náměstí Míru Christmas Market

Blue skies and above freezing weather this weekend made it easy to explore the Christmas market at Náměstí Míru and take lots of pictures. The sun (sun!) and shadows kept tempting my camera though, so I gave it free rein, and decided a portrait of a bush was my favorite picture from a morning of clicking shots of Christmas booths.

For those of you with access to the market, do drop by. I'd vote Náměstí Míru the nicest Christmas market in town and am particularly fond of the hot apple cider at the crepes stand just across from the tree. You can drink it with or without a dash of rum. Yum.

(As usual, click on the collage to see a bigger picture.)

3 comments:

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

A Christmas market! That looks and sounds enticing.

Julia said...

GG, it is. We love stopping by for mulled wine on the way home from an expedition, and each year we buy one Christmas ornament to add to our collection from the market. This year they've added lots of food booths, so I might even try some of the intriguingly local looking sausages.

Ellen said...

Ooh! Stock up on sausages and smuggle them when you visit! We're just back from J's outdoor Christmas concert with some interesting tasting "punch" heavily laced with rum. Miss mulled wine - will have to find some this weekend!