Travel Blogs from Alsace, France

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Mulhouse., Mulhouse, France travel blog

Mulhouse.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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Mulhouse., Mulhouse, France travel blog

Mulhouse.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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France and Switzerland, Neuchatel Switzerland and Colmar, France travel blog

France and Switzerland

A travel blog entry by chronometers

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... fields (in full bloom) lining the highway. We decided to spend the night in Colmar, France. Colmar is in the Alsace region of France - which throughout history has sometimes been Germany - so the food there is French with a German twist (or ...

Goodbyes, Strasbourg, France travel blog

Goodbyes

A travel blog entry by suzyinbenin

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... . Thank goodness Harry and Kelley were there. I was a big mess, and they were a big comfort. Anyway, we arrived in France safely (with passage through Lybia...more on that in a future update). Harry and Kelley, after one night in Paris during ...

Colmar Part un, Colmar, France travel blog

Colmar Part un

A travel blog entry by meganandkevin

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... just waiting patiently for a picking. Once at our destination we were greeted with spectacular views of Ribeauville and the surrounding Alsace wine region. Vineyards as far as the eye could see. The pictures turned out great. Once we made it back to ...

Colmar part deux, Colmar, France travel blog

Colmar part deux

A travel blog entry by meganandkevin

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... we reached Kayserberg, we explored the town that feels and sounds like it should actually be part of Germany rather than France. It was unfortunately heavily damaged during the struggle for liberation in December of 1944, but they have done a remarkable ...

Colmar again..., Colmar, France travel blog

Colmar again...

A travel blog entry by meganandkevin

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... head back to one of our favourite places from last year's trip. Colmar, France is only a few hours north of Gryon, in the Alsace region of France, and home to the "Wine Route". After finding our way back to the old town and checking in, we headed out ...

Bathing in Baden Baden, Baden Baden, Germany travel blog

Bathing in Baden Baden

A travel blog entry by worldramblings

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Highlights of Baden-Baden: - Swimming in a warm outdoor thermal pool at the Caracalla Spa with snowflakes landing on our heads. - Kurhaus (the casino) - Friendly staff at Hotel am Markt - Old Castle "Hohenbaden - New Castle, former ...

Biggest Christmas Market in Europe, Strasbourg, France travel blog

Biggest Christmas Market in Europe

A travel blog entry by yah27

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Strasbourg, ...

Gewurtztraminer and other sinful Delicacies, Kientzheim, France travel blog

Gewurtztraminer and other sinful Delicacies

A travel blog entry by losbrowns

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We love the Alsace region because of: - Gewurztraminer and Flammkuchen, Foie Gras and the stinky Munster cheese - the many, many stork nests - strolling through one flowery little township after the other - hiking in the vineyards - shopping in ...

The Black Forest, Strasbourg, France travel blog

The Black Forest

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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Another Ryanair flight was available to Strasbourg, and we grabbed it with both hands. We had a car waiting for us at the airport, drove into town, set up the tent and then set about discovering the sites. We walked in, found the cathedral and climbed ...

Just popping over to France, Strasbourg, France travel blog

Just popping over to France

A travel blog entry by kiemce

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13 Jun 2006 : My turn to drive, and for a bit of a laugh we decided to cross the border into France to visit Strasbourg on the way to Frieberg. Driving took a bit of getting used to - I kept looking for the gear stick on the wrong side and driving on the ...

Stop 2 on my journey to Vienna, Strasbourg, France travel blog

Stop 2 on my journey to Vienna

A travel blog entry by jess06

Strasbourg was a pretty neat city. There were, sadly, no lockers to put my backpack in so I cut my wandering short. I would love to head back to this town and see it in the daylight and actually experience life. It was really neat to see regardless of ...

Wine & Grape tasting in Riquewihr, Riquewihr, France travel blog

Wine & Grape tasting in Riquewihr

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop

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... only used wooden barrels, there was a specialist or two in each town who made and repaired them. Now there is only one in Alsace and two across the border in Germany. Each part of the wooden barrel can be replaced separately so it was the barrel ...

Finalement arrivés à Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France travel blog

Finalement arrivés à Strasbourg

A travel blog entry by xjiefx

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... de 3-4 heures dans l'avion et à notre 500km de route, nous sommes enfin arrivés à notre premier Hôtel, à 19h30, heure de la France. On a fait au moins 3 fois le tour du carré pour se trouver un parking et finalement, ça y est! On a notre chambre ...

Alsace Region, Strasbourg, France travel blog

Alsace Region

A travel blog entry by laine

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... side, and they all seem to be leaning in all odd angles that shouldn't be safe.  This region has been owned by France and Germany so many times that it is hard to tell where you are.  They seem to be selling baguettes and bratwurst ...

"But I am Le' tired!"

A travel blog entry by valaryr

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... kept walking along the canal to Petit France, which is basically the Old Town. Every single building in Petit France was photo-worthy. It pretty much looked like a better (and real) version of the France part of Epcot. Tons of little ...

Elsaß, Frankreich und Weinprobe, Alsace, France travel blog

Elsaß, Frankreich und Weinprobe

A travel blog entry by calandra07

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Yesterday we took a trip to Alsace, France for the day! We got a tour of the city and then ate lunch and did some shopping and exploring. It is a very cute city! I loved all the colorful building and cute signs and such. Therefore I took plenty of pics! ...

Mason's circus blog, Riquewihr, France travel blog

Mason's circus blog

A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip

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My family went to a circus. When they started the tiger and lion wanted to eat the man in the cage but the man had a whip and people where watching. Horses got smaller and their legs got smaller too. Then the old fashioned horses. The camel's lips ...

Diplomacy and Heels, Strasbourg, France travel blog

Diplomacy and Heels

A travel blog entry by abonilla

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Nancy is a hidden jewel within France. Simple as that.  Life is just full of so many beautiful things. Yes, "beauty" is always in the eye of the beholder, but Nancy has a simplicity and sophistication that lures you in... its beauty speaks through ...

Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France travel blog

Strasbourg

A travel blog entry by thuang

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... holds its own beauty, with structures that truly take you back in time.  Strasbourg is the capital of the Alsace region in north-eastern France and its historic city center, Grande Ile (Grand Island), was the first entire city center in the ...

What a girl will do for chocolate, Strasbourg, France travel blog

What a girl will do for chocolate

A travel blog entry by collanya

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Today we finally rented some bikes, and decided we would bike to the Les Secrets du Chocolat... we were intrigued. In order to get there, it was a bit of a bikeride, and it was in a village not to far from Strasbourg, in Illkirch. Mom was able to ...

Carnival night!, Selestat, France travel blog

Carnival night!

A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip

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... in the town of Selestat. We went in the morning to enjoy the carnival and see the festivities at the height of the season here in Alsace, but we showed up too many hours early. The town looked like it was waking up from a hangover; the floats that showed ...

Christmas Vacation II, Colmar, France travel blog

Christmas Vacation II

A travel blog entry by texas_ashley

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Jul 07, 2013, Strasbourg, France travel blog

Jul 07, 2013

A travel blog entry by ionutromania

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The little joys of life, Colmar, France travel blog

The little joys of life

A travel blog entry by newblogger

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... clean but wrinkly...now I felt much more au fait with the world. Colmar, which you may have noticed on the Tour de France coverage is a town full of colourful half timbered houses as well as the usual sprinkling of fine public and religious buildings. It ...

German quality, Strasbourg, France travel blog

German quality

A travel blog entry by gavin.edgley

Visited to Steinbeis Europa Zentrum, a company that funds innovation in Germany. Pretty interesting, but it was too hot there. The rest of the day was better. The city of Strasbourg was huge, and had lots of culture to see. There were marching bands down ...

Toy Town, Kayersberg, France travel blog

Toy Town

A travel blog entry by badgerstour

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We drove for quite a lot of the day today, through Germany into eastern France and down past Stratsbourg to Kayersberg. We stopped en route at a parking area and stumbled on some wild cherry trees which were in fruit. Of course, any foraging to be had and ...

Schwarzwald, Breisach and Burkheim, Surrounding Freiburg, Germany travel blog

Schwarzwald, Breisach and Burkheim

A travel blog entry by d.matheusik

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... favourite restaurant here in Freiburg. :) Hmmm, was noch? Today I went to Breisach, a city right across the Rhein from France. The Muenster St. Stephen (a cathedral) was very impressive and the altar triptych was carved out of linden wood circa 1520 by ...

Strasbourg, France, Strasbourg, France travel blog

Strasbourg, France

A travel blog entry by leithoff

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We arrived in Strasbourg without a reservation at a hostel and walked to the one hostel we wanted to stay in and of course they were completely booked. They directed us to another hostel and showed us on a map where to catch the bus to get there so we ...

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