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January 21, 2013

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Sally

Jeanne, you did a good job of capturing the stop on the Rhine. I'll bet lunch was tasty. Happy Blue Monday!

Linnea

Wonderful pictures! I especially love all that BLUE pottery. Wow!!

Linnea

lina@happy family

So many interesting things to see in your pics. Great market. I'd like to visit there if I live nearby.

HappierThanAPigInMud

Sure looks like fun, I hope you picked up a goodie or two for yourself!
PS-yep, I see the straw(?) piggies too:@)

Francie T

ohhhhh my. I'd be in such trouble between the food and shopping :)
(())

Mrs. Sarah Coller

Wow, what a blessing to have made such a neat trip!

Have a great week,
Mrs. Sarah Coller

Penny @ The Comforts of Home & Flea Market Makeovers

It must have been so much fun to be there during the Christmas season!

Sherry

Lovely Christmasy Blues. I love the sled with the packages. I posted a little Blue today too. Come by and see me.
Thanks for sharing.
Have a wonderful week.
Sherry

LaVoice

It is nice seeing how the other parts of world do things. I enjoyed the tour very much.

Ann

I remember buying brats in Germany and ofcourse they were the best I had ever had. The arches are so unique, the handmade booth really caught my eye. Did you buy any? Happy Monday and MLK day.
Ann

Judi

Hi Jeanne *hugs*
BEAUTIFUL pictures! Oh how I wish I could have been there shopping for those handmade Christmas decorations. They are just so lovely. Something like we have in Finland actually. Did you buy any of them? The Polish pottery is lovely too. Too bad it was expensive... :o( the colours are so beautiful.

Brats...I thought that was the neatest cooking arrangement. The food must have been devine. Wonder if you tried something you've never tasted before....

That was a great way to spend Christmas this year..or last year...seeing how other countries celebrate. Good thing you took so many memorable pictures!

hope you've had a good week so far...
have a great evening..
Judi

Claudie

Hi Jeanne I"m here, I'm here
I've seen a few of your pictures. What a trip!!! How wonderful to be able to cruise on such a beauty of a ship. The Xmas markets are fabulous. I've never been to the markets but I'm sure my suitcase would NEVER be big enough.
I haven't heard about all your treasures though. Oops... WAIT, I just received the prettiest pill container from the Netherlands. Thank you for thinking of my dad Jeanne. The poppies and the dates really hit home. How did you know I needed such a treasure?? Oh wait. I had an operation like no other, HA!! Did you buy a lot of stuff? I'll hopefully be seeing all the goodies in April.
Come on April.
LYTTMABA
oxoxoxoxo
xoxoxo

Joy

The Polish Pottery is so pretty. What a wonderful trip you must have had. :)

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