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My guide to Alsace is coming! It's been six years in the making, but it's finally on its way! It won't be ready tomorrow, but the first part of my Alsace travel book will be ready this year sometime.
Hi Suzele, My ancestors came from Niederbronn les Bains in the 1700s, and I was always told they came from Germany. Was Niederbronn a part of Germany
I lived in Strasbourg on my junior year abroad in college. Now that I am retired, 48 years later, I have been wanting to move back there for several years.
What can we do with children ages 3-5. We are in La Petite Pierre and need to find things to do with them.
Why is Colmar not on the website?
The regional French trains offers some special deals on train travel in Alsace. Now you can visit some of those charming medieval villages in Alsace by train. It's cheaper than renting a car.
My fiance and I are going to Alsace in April and we are very fond of mountain scenery. We would like to spend about 4 to 5 days in a romantic, peaceful
What are some places to stay that are near the airport and have easy access to public transport in and out of the city as well as to the airport?
What is there to do in Haguenau for a 12-15 year old school group?
Scherwiller is a fascinating little village with two medieval castles and an interesting history that a lot of people overlook when visiting Alsace.
Looking for Villé hotels might be a good idea if you like hiking in the mountains, dairy farms with local cheeses, locally made jams, whiskeys, fruit brandies and other fresh farm products.
You'll find natural springs, relaxing spas and short hikes to medieval castles in Niederbronn les Bains. This adorable little village in Alsace also has a casino and a train station...
Are you looking for Saverne hotels? What about fun and interesting Alsace day trips from Saverne? If you like castles, hiking, history, and of course fantastic Alsatian cooking, you'll love Saverne!
Wissembourg France is a great place to stay if you love military history...particularly World War Two history, but there are plenty of castles and wine too!
Hello there, What an amazingly helpful site! I was having a hard time getting the 'feel' of things until I came here, and am still pouring through all
Hi Suzele, I really like your site! I'll be staying in Colmar in the next couple of weeks, so your site has been reall useful, but I do have a question.
Dear Suzele, May I ask some question? I want to go to Riquewihr from Zurich in Switzerland. How can I go by train?
We're finishing a walk from Turckheim in Obernai. I am booked to stay at a homestay but need to go to Strasbourg afterwards. My question is, 'How do we
Hello, Suzele, What a wonderful website you have created! We are really enjoying it. Is there a way to get to the Ecomusee from Colmar other than by
We will be visiting Alsace and Lorraine in July-August (as far east as Metz, Nancy and Itterswiller, as far south as Remiremont and Rouvres en Xaintois)
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