On to chapter 2 of our European trip. This time the focus is on the Alsace where my family lives. What I love about this part of the country is how quaint and colorful some of the villages are. They truly look frozen in time with the stone paved streets, water fountains that are 200 years old and all the potted plants. When our friends Seth and Britta walked into one of these villages for the first time, he said something to the affect of : “Are you kidding me? This actually exist in real life?” Yep it does!
While there we enjoyed dinners with some old (from childhood) and new friends. Since there weather was so lovely most meals were taken “en plein air” and I had to share some images of those dishes. My mouth is salivating just remembering some of those. Time to try and replicate a couple of these dishes at home.
Our first stop after getting off the plane was at Rheinfall which is the largest waterfall in Europe. It is quite a sight