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Family Travel Photo-Germany

January 13, 2009

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We are starting a new category today, so settle back in a comfy spot and come along for a little armchair travel! We will be having these new Family Travel  Photo moments on  a regular basis every few days and sometimes daily, in between longer posts. They will be from random places on our travels as we tour the world.

I have been doing this on Twitpics  to some extent, as we travel to give you a peek of what is coming. I post one or two of our recent pictures there, particularly while moving, but also in our village. I decided to follow the lead of  fellow travel blogger , Alltop Travel  colleague and  twitter friend Vagabondish

We seem to have an endless collection to share of our world tour as a three-camera-toting family. It will give you more to look at and you will have less wait time in between posts!

We happen to come upon this surreal scene in beautiful Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany this past fall when all the tourists were gone and the locals were having a medieval festival. We were there for a few weeks and loved this village. It is on the Romantic Road and we had a magical day!

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Rita @ www.TesoroFino.blogspot.com

I am sooo excited to be able to share in your photos! Yeay! I never seem to take enough on my travels!

Pierre

Way to go! Thanks for sharing some really great pics and interesting posts.

Tom Desloge

I lived in Germany for 2 years(just south of Heidelberg). Your pictures of Rothenburg brought back some great memories for me.

Thanks and enjoy your trip.
Tom

Jim

Wow! I visited Rothenburg ob der Tauber, way way back in the 1970s, and still have great memories of this amazing town that seems to have been locked in time. I hope they have maintained the medieval feel the place had back in 1975 when I saw it.

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