Rothenburg

Hi!  Rothenburg was not actually a planned visit, but as we were driving south to Legoland I realized how close it was and thought that it would be a shame not to stop by on the way back.  Stopping in Rothenburg was also a good stopping point for us because it was the halfway point of our drive.  I have actually been to Rothenburg before on my Honeymoon, but that was almost 21 years ago.  So strange to say that because I barely feel over 25 except for the extra few aches and pains in my joints, but not sure how much of that is due to age or Lupus.  Normally, we would spend Sunday morning at church, but we rented a small apartment out in the middle of nowhere and so we didn't really have a congregation nearby to attend.  After taking our time getting up and out the door, we drove the 90 minutes to Rothenburg. The kids found a playground by our parking spot, so we played there first before walking into the old city.  Yes, Rothenburg is super touristy, but it is one of the best-preserved cities of Medival architecture.  If you are visiting Germany and would like to buy that Nutcracker, cuckoo clock, or Christmas decoration than Rothenburg it the place to do it.  You won't find it hard to find a good meal as there are many restaurants and cafes filled with delicious food.  Try a Snowball which is a fried pastry dough covered in powder sugar, chocolate, or a variety of other flavors.  When I was there with the husband we climbed to the top of the town hall. While it is a tight squeeze at the top, you will have a beautiful view of the city and land surrounding the city.  Visit St. Jakob's Church and see the wood carving of the last supper. The wood carvings inside the church are pretty wonderful to see and are sadly are a lost art form today. 






 this is a mini version of the snowball

 larger version






















Comments

DUTA said…
I visited Rothenburg many years ago, but still remember its lovely, medieval architecture. It's what we call "a place to remember".
It looks like such a quaint pictoresque place to visit
What a gorgeous place! I love wandering around medieval towns like that. That Snowball sounds and looks amazing!
How lovely, just the sort of place I like. It looks like everyone enjoyed it :-)
Amalia
xo
Su-sieee! Mac said…
The architecture is beautiful. The craftsmanship is awesome. I cannot imagine any of our modern buildings lasting as long as these medieval structures. The group shots of your kids are so cute and darling. :-)
Jesh StG said…
Lots of lovely captures, Kelleyn! Cobblestone streets, Gothic church - a tower of the city wall All favorites to look at! Didn't know the snowball, but am sure it's delicious:) Thanks for capturing Rothenberg for All Seasons! Have a lovely week:)
Beautiful city -- looks like it could be in a much earlier century, except for the pictures of the modern (and cute and happy) kids and their food! You picked a great place to stop..
Thanks Kelleyn for sharing these photos of Rothenburg and this city would definitely be on my list of "to see" places in Germany. Enjoyed all the wonderful architecture and the smiling faces of your children and those amazing treats as well. Thanks too for the travel tips!
Lydia C. Lee said…
What a gorgeous town!
NC Sue said…
A gorgeous place - so interesting!
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Kaitlyn Vy said…
What a gorgeous place! I love wandering around medieval towns like that. That Snowball sounds and looks amazing!
Beautiful images! You have me wanting to return and get a snowball. Apparently that was something I missed during my first visit!
Angie said…
Wow. That architecture is truly amazing. And I wouldn't mind sampling those pastries - looks like the kids enjoyed them! My favorite picture was fifth from last - the countryside …. ooh la la.

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