Jingle Bell Rock

December 15, 2016 by Charlotte Goyvaerts

Jingle Bell Rock Charlotte Goyvaerts fashion model blogger

Hi everyone, Every year, right before Christmas, the Christmas markets start to open. In Belgium, you can find one in almost every village you’ll go to! But, let me introduce you to my top three Christmas markets:

1. Hasselt Winter Wonderland: Christmas-music everywhere (especially tracks from Home Alone, which made it all a lot more fun), more food than you’d be able to eat, a lot of hot and cold ((non-)alcoholic) drinks, attractions like rollercoasters and ghoast houses and… drumrolls… even a big ice skating area! And all of that in the middle of wooden cabins and an overdose of Christmas-lights. Imagine going here right after the snow hits town! So incredibly beautiful… And oh, have I mentioned the huge mistletoe at the entrance?

2. Antwerp Christmas Market: A lot of small cute shops and beverages around an ice skating circuit joined by a ferris wheel, which makes it possible for you to look over Antwerp and it’s Christmas market! Did I mention this market is placed right in between the biggest squares (yes, multiple) of Antwerp?

3. Brussels Christmas Market: It’s a huge beautiful area that’s filled with Christmas goodies. Not only that, but starting at 18:00 hours, you can find an amazing light-construction (which is about 15 minutes long and repeats itself almost the whole evening) on the sides of all the building surrounding the market.

So, if you haven’t found your Christmas-spirit yet… I think these markets might have yours!

Warm regards,

Charlotte

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Charlotte Goyvaerts Charlotte Goyvaerts was born in Belgium on the 3rd of November, 1991. Her passions are modeling, acting and dancing. Her first dance on stage, in front of a live audience, was when she had just turned five years of age. A few years later, in addition to dancing, she started "word" and "drama" classes and immediately fell in love with acting. She played many key roles in the city theatre, did a lot of musical workshops and in 2004 she got her first big roll in a short movie called "Opa Rennt". Eventually Charlotte quit theatre so she could focus on her school career. A few years later she enrolled in the modeling industry. Since she was young she knew that she would like to devote her passion and effort on being a successful model and actress.. All this in combination with her own business for children called Créalier. Her life spirit? "When I was a little girl, I've always dreamed of doing big things. I'm not about to disappoint myself. So, when I'm old and grey I'd be able to tell my grandchildren that their grandmother has been able to follow her dreams, just because she believed in them.

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