A week after we arrived in Edinburgh, I ventured outside for the first time yesterday, apart from the trips we made to the grocery store. The winter this year is much more tolerable with temperatures ranging within 5 to 12 degrees. There has been no snowfall this year at least not in our region and that makes travelling easier.
Edinburgh is I think one of the best places to celebrate Christmas. You can feel the excitement all around you. Everyone you meet is smiling and there is definitely some magic in the air. I half expected to see Santa flying over the Ice Rink above the dormant trees in the Princess Street Gardens yesterday.
The German Christmas Market stalls are very popular and sell a variety of classic and contemporary gifts as well as a range of German food and drink including sausages, fried potato cakes, German Beer and the famous Glühwein commonly knows as Mulled Wine.
The kiddo had a lot of fun on the rides. We were surprised that he wasn’t afraid to sit in the Giant Wheel. Some pictures from yesterday…
So how did you spend your Christmas???
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!!!
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Sounds like you had a lovely Christmas and the photos are wonderful too Maddie. My Christmas was good too…enjoyed the morning by the beach, then had a nice lunch, an afternoon snooze and then a big Christmas dinner with a few close friends…
Fantastic PB! An ideal way to spend Christmas I suppose. 🙂
Hey great pictures showing true spirit of the festival n Edinburg 🙂
Welcome Maverickshree! It is fantastic I tell you.
Nice to see , how fun is christmas in Edinbergh
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Welcome here Gowardhan!
It is just awesome at this time of the year! 🙂