alsace france



It’s been a few years since I’ve visited the Alsace-Lorraine region of France, but it is always with me. My maternal great-grandparents were born in Strasbourg, so the area has always felt comfortable and familiar. With only the Rhine River separating it from Germany, it looks (and sounds) German, but is, at it’s core, passionately French. The architecture, culture, food and people inspire me – it’s an amazing place. I recently revisited my time there on Steller…take a look!


  1. There’s something about Alsace that makes you feel like you’ve gone very far away from other parts of France when it fact you’ve just driven a few hours from Paris. Back in my working with the EU days, we used to have to spend days in Strasbourg when Parliament was in session… I secretly loved it.

  2. snapshots like this make me wish our country was a tad bit older so we could experience this nostalgia all of the time.

  3. I have heard so many wonderful things about this area of France. I may have to pay it a visit this summer when I am traveling through Germany and France.

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