Sep 15, 2008

Wurstmarkt-Bad Duerkheim-Germany


What is Wurstmarkt?
It's one of the largest, most traditional and entertaining public festivals in Germany. It is over 570 years old, and still as young as ever - the D├╝rkheim festival of festivals - the main event of the year in the Pfalz.
The entertainment along with the wine is one of the distinctive features of the festival. You can enjoy over 150 different wines in over 50 different places - from the mellow Riesling to the finest ice-wine.

"The Wurstmarkt is the only festival where you meet old friends you've never seen before".


Nagpunta kami kanina sa Wurstmart sa Bad Duerkheim, mga 25 mins. to drive from us.
Nagsimula ito last Friday, Sept. 12-22....pls. click na lang sa links bigay ko ha? for more Info and details.......


Ang aga namin pumunta doon, kahit magsimula pa ng 10:00am, kasi gusto namin maka upo at maganda ang place namin, at makita namin ang Live Program na mabuti.


Ito Share ko naman ang mga pics, namin ha?......


may dalang pagkain naman kami, pro yong drinks, doon na kami bumili.......diff. kinds of wine, kasi.......

hmmm.....german sausage.....lecker

Heiko n doris....Prosttttt



our Wurst-(sausage) Queen, Tonia......

Our happenings................





fresh in love---desiree n sanro


Ito tingin ng tingin na.....................







aguy...heiko, i was frightened....gakos pod diay......lol


Kain na naman............coffee time..........


Dampnudeln.......like upside down pandesal.........lol
pero masarap ..............





It times to say goodbye...........umuwi kami at 6pm na................


das Riesinrad


Hope hindi kayo maboring, watching-viewing our pics, as what Gloria says......." NA HINDI DAW SIYA MABORING; ENJOY DAW SIYA"...............of course Glor, punta ka rito, basta we make a plan nga nandito lang ako, ok?

Have a nice weekdays to all....................

5 comments:

ness said...

Wala ko na bored uy! Nalingaw ko. Ga imagine ko sa mga sights and sounds and smells that you were experiencing in that festival. We have a restaurant here, Why Not, they have German sausages. Have you been there, sa boulevard gani?

ness said...

hi vicki,

thank you very much for the planting bunny that you gave me! cute kaayo!

ngano kaha dili ko maka post ug comment sa above post? nawala tong word na kommentare.

Nance said...

naku, mukhang ang saya ninyo lahat. noong bisita ko yong sis ko dyan sa Germany, bumili kami ng iba ibang klase ng sausages dahil masarap pero pagdating sa airport dito sa US confiscate nila pero may feeling ako na inuwi ng mga airport employees yong mga 'yon! :)

vicki, salamat doon sa cup. i'm sure na maging successful ang op ni Roquesa, I'll pray for her and family.

Heart of Rachel said...

The Wurstmarkt looks like a fun-filled festival. You all look so happy in that affair.

I love eating german sausage. I like it served with potato salad on the side.

I couldn't find the comment link on your post above so I'll just comment here. Thank you Vicki for that cute pixel. I love the adorable bunny. I'm happy to read about the developments on Roquesa's operation. I'll pray for her.

God bless Vicki.

Anonymous said...

Vikay nindota ra dah!!!!nagpalami man mo dah.. kami sa dominggo adto mi uban si Tian