Chris and I have just got back having been to the Christmas Market here. It is the last day today and we usually go on the last day as the crowds have eased and things are a little quieter. However, not so today! We were jostled, joggled and squashed. I think this was because we went a little earlier than we normally do, so the crowds were still there. Last year, the Market was cancelled due to being up to the knees in snow, so people have definitely made the most of this year's event.
I was happy as I had a ride on the Gallopers which took me back to my childhood. This was my very favourite fairground ride - and still is! I sat on the middle one of these three horses. It really made the visit for me.
The Cathedral looked lovely in the floodlights, despite the building and conservation work currently going on.
The Bishop's Palace had a Medieval Market in the grounds, but there was a massive queue to get in, so we gave that a miss. We enjoyed the changing lights projected on the building though.
Looking back towards the Cathedral...
...and over to the Castle. Busy, busy, busy! I bought a present for my friend in Canada and a little Scandinavian fretwork snowflake for our Christmas tree.
The best thing about getting home - a lovely milky hot chocolate (in a very appropriate mug!) with some chocolate finger biscuits. Mmm!