Just Out Book
It’s holiday season and that time of the year that we all were waiting for. Now is the time when magic happens, or at least when it’s supposed to happen. Wonders are rare in our lives so we feed ourselves with hope for magic. Imagine if you got a phone call from someone who died a long time ago. You say it’s impossible? Everything is possible in the world of literature and books. The First Phone Call From Heaven by Mitch Albom has a truly wonderful feeling to it. It’s the perfect book to enjoy during your Christmas Break, while sitting with a cup of hot chocolate near the fire place.
This book is about a small city in the State of Michigan, and it’s inhabitants that begin receiving calls from heaven. The number of calls increase and the whole world watches the lucky receivers, fascinated and hoping that one day they will receive a call from their deceased but still loved ones, too.
Just Out Movie
It’s that time of the year when all movie production companies begin producing those Christmas themed movies. Most of them are alike in their plots and characters, with an exception of the new winter Disney-fairytale “Frozen“. It’s already out so if you want to see it, you better rush to the cinema. And if you do, you will be amazed at Disney’s ability to create new and amazing story lines from nothing. This movie tells us a story of a brave girl who together with a forest man and his reindeer travel through the adventure-filled kingdom to find the Snow Queen that must help them put an end to an evil spell. Yes, this is a cartoon, but aren’t we all children deep inside?
Could Christmas be Christmas without the Holiday markets? They are the main decoration of any European city during the season. They are a mix of cafes, attractions and small shops open for all, 24/7. If you want to experience the real Holiday spirit and spend some quality time with your friends or family be sure to check the Christmas Markets out. Even if you come alone, you can be sure that you will find company since most of the people at this markets are jolly and will gladly become your friend (this is the result of too much Gluhwein drinking). Most of the markets are located in the center of the city: in front of the Rathaus, in front of Schonbrun palace and one of them is on the Karlsplatz.