Alsace Route De Vin
I have always wanted to visit Colmar ever since I "liked" a Facebook travel post of this quaint French city. We stayed at the Hotel Turenne for € 90 a night. It was a pretty, historic hotel and the rooms were clean but tiny. It was pet friendly which for us was the main attraction. After checking in, we walked to La Petite Venise. Little canals meandering through the city make it so charming, which is why Colmar is crawling with tourists. No doubt the city is super cute, however after seeing it I would have gladly stayed in a neighboring village and spent a day walking around Colmar. It was very touristy and we were there in April, I can't imagine August. The sun finally came out the morning we were leaving, glad I got to snap this photo. My fascination with small villages continues, so we decided to get out and explore the Alsace Region. As we drove along the Vin Route there were vineyards for miles and miles.