It’s always eating time somewhere….

It’s winter and it’s always time to eat and drink in Strasbourg! My favorite part of travel is to taste the local delicacies, and I couldn’t help snacking bretzels when I arrived to the christmas market. The vendor proposed me if I’d like to taste a bit of Kougelhopf, and it was impolite to say no, right. I ended up munching a slice of it, … Continue reading It’s always eating time somewhere….

Strasbourg, Alsace : landscape and architecture

I aspired to be an architect when I was in high school, but failed the exam twice, and life offered me something else as fascinating. So in every travel, the landscape and architecture of the place are some of my observations, especially during my stay in Strasbourg! The timber houses with its ornamental banding, bay windows, and the fronts decorated with geranium flowers are some … Continue reading Strasbourg, Alsace : landscape and architecture

Strasbourg, the capital of Christmas

Celebrating this year’s Christmas, I remember that I haven’t posted anything from Strasbourg, France,  way back in 2012. Strasbourg held the very first edition of the oldest Christmas market in Europe, back in 1570, called “Christkindelsmärik” or market of infant Jesus. Since then, the city continues the tradition and became the Capital of Christmas, with its dozens of kilometers of Xmas Lights and decorations, 300 … Continue reading Strasbourg, the capital of Christmas