Monday, September 13, 2010

home sweet home: farmer market of bern

I have been living now for 3 years in the outskirts of Bern, Switzerland. As I am planning to end my time here by the end of next year, I am trying to see, feel and experience Bern as much as possible. Therefore my newest (more or less) regular topic "home sweet home".

Every Saturday there is a big, colorful and yummy farmers market in front of the Bundeshaus (Swiss Parlament). As I like to buy local and things that are in-season, I like to stroll around the market and check out things on offer....

 


 




 


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11 comments:

  1. I so love food markets...Those are such a great photos,sweetie
    I am planning to go to one near us tomorrow morning...Cant wait:)
    Hugs and kisses and have a fun day
    Ps: If you dont mind me asking, to what country you are moving next?
    I love your trips...I used to move a lot..:)

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  2. I like the markets, there's always a different energy there :)

    xxx

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  3. really beautiful pictures, as usual! I missed it when I visited Bern, as I was there on a Friday :) but we have something similar here in Zurich

    www.travelwithdenden.wordpress.com

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  4. beautiful photos, gorgeous market.

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  5. Great pictures! I love markets and this one looks really nice.

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  6. Wow gorgeous pictures! I am having so much fun exploring your blog - it's amazing!

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  7. Oh...schöner Blog. Hättest du Lust auf ein gegenseitiges verfolgen?

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  8. Ciao, very interesting blog, glad I've stumbled upon (thanks to 'a girl in Asia' though). Like your pics which makes me feel the whole atmosphere of the place and what a Mediterranean sunlight! Thanks, I'll be back.

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  9. These photos are so great!

    I've always wanted to go to Switzerland :-)

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  10. These are wonderful photos. And the produce and the flowers are just looking gorgeous! Have a nice end-of-summer and a wonderful autumn!!

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  11. I don't visit our local market nearly enough as I should. I still get a little rush everytime I go and get to choose my cheese, bread etc etc from the stalls. Makes me feel very european. :)

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