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Sittard Market – Thurs and Sat

Sittard Weekly outdoor marketMarkt, Sittard What: It’s a market with everything you need and a little bit more. Go on Thursday and you’ll get it all: fresh produce, breads, meats and fish, flowers, more fabrics then Hobby Lobby, bulbs in the spring, hot waffles in the winter, clothing including great tights for kids, and CHEESE! […]

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Schagen, NL

Schagen, NL is a small town in North Holland that got its humble beginnings in the 900’s. It hosts many events throughout the year including a special historical market held just 10 times in the summer between the end of June and the beginning of September. A small town surrounded by farmland, it is very […]

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Geilenkirchen Market – Tuesdays and Fridays

The market in Geilenkirchen is small, but good. It has the essentials. Meat, cheese, produce, plants… sometimes pierogies, fresh pasta, leather goods, and other random things. It’s worth a stop. When I go, I never miss the cheese guy. The “cheese guy” at the Geilenkirchen market on Fridays is absolutely wonderful. He speaks beautiful English, […]

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Liege Market, Belgium

Where can you buy your eggs, dried kiwi, brie round, tacky t-shirt, and a live peacock all in one convenient location? Ever Sunday morning from 0800 until 1400, there is a very large market called La Batte in Liege, Belgium, only about an hour from GK. So, when my mother came to visit, I took […]

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Spang Fall Bazaar

Spangdahlem Air Force Base Fall Bazaar Nov 16-18th, 2007 What? This bazaar filled two hangers in 2006 with a wide variety of vendors. It is a great place to knock-out Christmas shopping. Prices are high with some vendors and lower with others, so it evens out. The bazaar takes credit cards, so you don’t need […]

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