"Eat a "cactus ice-cream" at La Sorbetière d'Isabelle ..."

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Maeva

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My name is Maeva, and I am a certifier of biodynamic farms . I love living in Colmar because it's a fairytale town with old cobbled streets and rainbow-colored houses.
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You have to go to
La Petite Venise (Little Venice)!
Here's one fun activity you can do
See the replica of the Statue of Liberty on a roundabout next to the Darty shop.
Don't forget to check out one of my favorite places
When you stand on the famous "Petite Venise Bridge, go left on Rue de la Herse. At the end of the street, turn right, and you'll find a beautiful, peaceful secret place, along the water. Have a glimpse under the bridge, then go up the stairs and enjoy the view of the church--it's amazing at sunset!
Enjoy a meal at my favorite restaurant
L'Arpège, on Rue des Marchands. It's delicious and sophisticated, with organic food, vegetarian meals, cozy room and garden, very friendly chef and biodynamic wines--absolute perfection! It's better to make a reservation before going, as they're always full. For more typical Alsacian cuisine, the Caveau Saint Jean is nice.
Here's a doable bucket list for you to do in one day
1. Follow the winding streets of the old town (Rue de la Poissonnerie, Rue des Tanneurs, Rue des Marchands)
2. Visit Eglise des Dominicains and see the beautiful painting "la Vierge au Buisson de Roses" inside.
3. Visit the Marché Couvert for local organic products, and "La Sommelière" offers mostly organic and biodynamic wines.
4. Then have a beer at Jupiter Café or a cup of tea at Café La Libellule.
My extra insider tip for you is
Eat a "cactus ice-cream" at La Sorbetière d'Isabelle on Rue des Marchands, right next to the beautiful Maison Pfister.
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