Gruss Gott! God be with you! This actually a common greetings in Germany especially in Bavaria and other German speaking countries like Switzerland and Austria.
Let me go back to my main topic. My Christmas trips in Europe are over now and indeed we are in another year of the 21st century. I am hoping you are having a great start.
One of the Christmas markets I experienced was in Dresden, the capital city of the Free State of Saxony in Germany. It was already my second visit but my first time to experience its famous Striezelmarkt (name for its Christmas market). I did not only used the opportunity to experience this historic events that is happening every Christmas season but I also used it for shopping and sightseeing.
And talking about shopping, we spent almost two hours in one of its mall known as the Altmarkt Galerie, literally known as Old Market Gallery. This is quite a big mall and if you want to go in each store inside a day is not enough. I also did not had the chance to look for scott kay engagement rings due to limited time. I am glad that I was able to buy some souvenirs and Christmas presents for DH.
During that trip, I also used the chance to visit again its famous sights such as the Zwinger, The Fürstenzug, the Dresden Frauenkirche ( Church of Our Lady), Augustus Bridge, and Katholische Hofkirche (Dresden Cathedral), and some other historic building in the city.
I believed the highlight of my visit was experiencing its world’s most famous Christmas market.