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Sunday, August 14, 2011

What I Did On My Summer Vacation, Pt. 2

The next stop on our family vacation was Colmar, France. The town is in the Alsace region of France and had gone back and forth between French and German control for many years. It is called "Little Venice" for an obvious reason. This charming little town is also the birthplace of Auguste Bartholdi, the sculptor who designed the Statue of Liberty. A walk around town, a farmer's market, and some yummy French wine completed another grand family vacation day!


Payton said...

What an awesome town! I know my mom would have loved it. Can't wait to see more vacation photos!

Benny and Lily said...

Oh my goodness beautiful
Benny & Lily
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houndstooth said...

Oh, it's so beautiful! That must have been such an amazing trip!

Hank said...

Gosh dang, DW, honey! You are a real world traveler!

Great pitchers!

PEE S: Do they fold the worsh cloths real fancy like over there in France?

Tiffy said...

What fun you had on your summer vacation! I noticed that you didn't post any pictures of food and I'm wondering why. I need to see what you ate in case I ever get to France. You never know - Momma may take me there one day!


♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

As a French major and former high school French teacher, I still dream of getting to France/Europe one day. With hubby's retirement approaching, maybe not too far off.

Thanks for sharing your beautiful trip.

Anita said...

Looks divine! It will be a while before we can go on vacation now but I look forward to traveling again with a little one in tow.


Tweedles -- that's me said...

I have been so busy, and just now got here to read PART 2.
I love to hear about your travels,good times and new memories.