English Guide through the Alsace
Have you wanted to taste French cuisine, but not sure where to go? Have you hosted a dinner party and not sure what the right French cheeses and wine to serve? The answers to these questions and more are waiting for you in The Expat’s Guide to Southern Alsace. Amanda Vo Park and Susie Woodhams have pulled together, after months of research and interviews with local experts, a guide to the best of Southern Alsace – written by expats for expats. And what’s more: the guide is available in e-book format for download from Amazon.com You can also purchase the book on Amazon France, Germany, or the U.K. site.
What should you expect from this dining, shopping, and recreation guide?
- In-depth reviews on restaurants, shops, and recreation options, including lists of bike paths, options for hikes to castle ruins, where to go for rafting (yes, rafting just steps away) and more
- Advice from local chessemakers and sommerliers about how to find the right French cheeses and Alsatian wines along with pairing suggestions.
- What to look for when shopping for meats and fish in local French stores, including how to use the French labeling system to find the highest quality
- A history of how this dynamic region has evolved to become the fascinating and fun area it is today
The authors have spent half a year interviewing and gathering information from historians, business owners, town halls, and locals to create this guide. And in addition to the expat’s guide, Hey have also created a website and Facebook page, where they will blog about happenings in the area.