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  1. chaser

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    Well here we are back where we started our trip ready to catch the train back tomorrow. Never been away this long before and thourghly enjoyed it 5 weeks all but 2 days nothing run out and all worked a treat. Probably have to wait till next September to do it again but hope to do the Xmas market run in a couple of months.
     
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    Sounds good….and which Xmas market do you go to? Hubby is keen to go to one but I'm not too sure.
     
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    We did it last year, ipers, arras , and a few local village ones but we missed out on what looked the best one, right here in gravelines it was going to start 2 days after we had booked the tunnel to go home, hundreds of stalls set up , far more than the others, there always seems to be something going on here
     
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    Definitely worth a visit to the German markets. Our favourite is Cologne as they actually have 7 Christmas markets, including one on a boat, which was mainly crafts.

    The Aire is a good 15-20 minute walk away though so you need to be pretty fit to walk that far after walking round all 7 markets, LOL!

    Denise
     
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