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  • it wouldn't be Christmas in Germany Without a festive market on, one Bavarian innkeeper has decided the show must go on, coming up with a novel way to make sure locals still get their holiday fixed.

  • Despite the country's partial locked down three, organizer Patrick Schmidt says the drive through Christmas market north east of Munich is about much more than just food.

  • What's important to me is that picking up food like here in a driving, has to be an experience.

  • We don't just sell a crepe or a pack of roasted almonds.

  • We sell an experience.

  • Around 160 million visitors usually descend on Germany's 2500 Christmas markets each year.

  • However, many including the world famous Nuremberg markets, have been called off this year due to the inability to socially distance at them.

  • Top of the organizer's Christmas wish list is that next year they'll be back on as normal.

it wouldn't be Christmas in Germany Without a festive market on, one Bavarian innkeeper has decided the show must go on, coming up with a novel way to make sure locals still get their holiday fixed.

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Bavarian innkeeper opens drive-through Christmas market

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/13
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