Caroll left Lima, Peru to settle in Kingersheim, just next to Mulhouse. Though she has only been living in Alsace for a few months, she is enthousiastic about the idea of others discovering her new home!
- Urban tips
- City strolls
When I was young and living in Peru, I used to look at pictures in my fairy tales and dream of one day living in France. I have always been in awe of its’ history, art and food. In thinking about these pictures, I fell in love with this country that I can finally call my own. The first time I came to Alsace, I was immediately brought back to the memories of my childhood storybooks, and hand in hand with my Alsacian Prince charming (now my husband) I discovered nearly intact castles, and astonishing landscapes full of the history of three neighboring countries. I found everything that a photographer could have dreamt of. Plus, the Alsacian food is so unique; closer to German that French, it makes me even more of a gourmand! I am passionate about art history, and I constantly visit all types of museums across the world. Mulhouse is my city now. A strategically located, multicultural city, where little by little I am finding places and things that are beyond even my imagination. As a mother I can suggest several activities for children. The museums such as The Electropolis, Cite du Train, la Cite de l’Auto, or more recreational activities such as the zoo, mini-golf, ice-skating, the butterfly gardens, or monkey mountain! And for anyone old or young, why not venture a little farther from the city to Hartmannwillerkorf or the marvelous Castle of Haut-Koenisbourg.