Monday, October 20, 2014

Oktoberfest

Over the weekend we went on a short trip as a weekend getaway to this small town north of Georgia called Helen. It is a cute little german town that attracts tourist all year long and most especially around the Fall and holiday season. Helen's biggest celebration is their Oktoberfest that attracts massive people every year and that includes us of course. Even though this was not our first time to visit, it was still lots of fun, food and shopping. 
 Here are some pictures and hope you enjoy them. 
Thank you from the heart.
xoxo
Sam

 


This is in one of those cute stores that serves the best hot cocoa ever. The smell of the chocolate takes everyone here and while I am waiting, found me my favorite spot in the whole store.
A German town is not complete without a christmas store that was a  delight to visit. 

34 comments:

  1. Ahh these photos are so cute!! Well, minus the Christmas stuff. It's WAY too early ;)

    xo Jackie
    Something About That

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  2. What a nice fun place to visit you did great with the pictures they make you want to go to an oktoberfest, Have a great day.

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    1. Thanks Jackie, indeed a nice and fun place to visit.

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  3. i swear everybody must have been in Helen this past week (including me)..hope u enjoyed it girl..looks like u had a beautiful day to do so!

    XO Meghan
    citrus fashion

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    1. You are in Helen too??? You must live in Ga as well. Anyway thanks for stopping by.

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  4. Such a cute town!!! Looks like there was a lot to see.

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    1. Yes it is, thanks Sonya for stopping by.

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  5. thats such a nice town , i love the German trend
    u look great , i like your boots a lot
    Kisses,
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    1. Thanks Pooja, yes it is a quaint small town with lots of charm.

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  6. I want to go there, it's a beautiful place!

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    1. Hi Fabiolla, oh you will love it at Helen. Come.

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  7. That looks like such a fun little place! Great pictures! The hot cocoa sounds amazing!

    Allthingsglitterandbeauty

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    1. Thanks Amelie, yes it's a great town.

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  8. I remember visiting a little German town here in Canada when I was little... haven't been back since. This town you visited is adorable though!! What a delightful way to spend a weekend :)

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  9. What cool place! We have a couple of festivals over here to celebrate Oktoberfest but nothing like the town of Helen. So cool! Thanks for sharing!

    xo, Jackie
    www.stylemydreams.wordpress.com

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    1. Yes it's a very nice place to visit that is why we always go. Thanks for stopping by.

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  10. This is soo cute! What an adorable little town and a perfect day getaway. You have me craving hot chocolate now :)
    <3
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    1. Yes it's a lovely town, haha me too it's been cold here.

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  11. Wonderful, in my town also celebrate Oktoberfest was the past weekend!

    www.urbanikamoda.blogspot.com

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  12. Love this pictures :)

    http://dreamland1234.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks Yi-Chia, yes we had great time.

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  14. Oh wow the town is so beautiful and colorful! love the pictures you took of such a cool festival :)

    XOXO

    Milu
    www.hellolupi.blogspot.com

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  15. awesome pictures!!! looks like you had a great time!

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  16. Hahaha, it always makes me laugh to see these interpretations of Germany on Oktoberfests. Actually, here in Germany people make alot of fun of the Bavarians (who are wearing the typical German leather shorts and having Oktoberfests and beer and pretzels) since most Germans cannot identify with the federal state Bavaria. But its fun anyway to see these fests all around the world!
    Thanks for your comment and have a wonderful Sunday!
    xx

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    1. ha ha Larissa, thanks a lot for enlightening me. Here in US, you will see people actually wearing them a lot especially during the Halloween or Oktoberfest. Now I know that real Germans doesn't even wear such things, lol

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