Yesterday we drove past Stuttgart into the beginning of the Schwaebische Alb.

We stopped at the Burg Hohenzollern. It’s Rick’s favorite castle. There was snow on the ground and Lucas and Rebecca went a little crazy. Rebecca couldn’t even remember snow and Lucas hadn’t seen it since he was 6.

After that we drove on to Schwenningen, a little town where we lived from 1997-2000. We spend the afternoon with our former neighbors. Good times, good times. Again….you can find more pictures on my facebook wall.

I will definitely have to go on a diet and do double workouts when I come back home. Too much good food here!

Today was a day of rest (thank goodness!). Tomorrow we will head out to Trier.


Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

9 Responses to “Travel Day #3 – Burg Hohenzollern”

  1. My hubby’s cousin just moved to Schwenningen last fall, how fun!! Love seeing the great picts, have a fabulous trip!!

  2. That was our fav. castle too. We took a lot of pics there.

  3. Now you are definitely making me miss Germany. My mother grew up outside of Trier and today lives not far from there, up in the mountains. We haven’t visited her there since ’92 and I would love to! Glad to hear you are having such a great trip

  4. I am so enjoying seeing all your photos – they remind me of all the jigsaws I used to do on holidays when I was young.
    Glad you’re having such a great time.

  5. What a fabulous trip! I would love to see all of these castles

  6. How GORGEOUS Beate! So glad you are having a GREAT time!!

  7. These castles are amazing! Thanks for sharing the pictures. I need to add you as a FB friend so that I can see the rest of your pics.

  8. This is my favourite castle too – a fairy tail castle, love it. Keep enjoying… diat comes later….

  9. Always wanted to go there when we lived in Germany. My husband and sister went, but alas I could not get a day off of work! We will be going to visit my nephew next summer and will add this beautiful castle to my list. He is stationed in Stuttgart. Looks like you enjoyed your trip to Germany. Welcome home

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