Tale of Two Towns: Esslingen and Rotenberg

Two charming old towns, not far from Stuttgart, make lovely day trips. We visited both towns on the same day, spent the afternoon in Esslingen and then drove up to Rotenberg with its beautiful vineyards on the hills.

Esslingen door

I bought this top and silver necklace in Stuttgart.

Esslingen Tom Tailor

blue top-silver pendantEsslingen 1 This guy is awesome!

Esslingen 2Esslingen German angle Esslingen houses 2Esslingen houses Esslingen

Anyone who has read Struwwel Peter will recognize these characters climbing up the wall of this building.

Struwwelpeter2

Struwwelpeter

The Weinbergs of Esslingen. (Vineyards on the hills)

Esslingen Weinberg

The Weinbergs of Rotenberg. (Vineyards on the hills)

Rotenberg

It’s like traveling through a fairy-tale!

i-love-germany

❤ carmen

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About carmen

Beauty is only skin deep, but health goes deep to the bones. Money can buy designer clothes, but it can’t buy health. https://fashionableover50.wordpress.com/
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16 Responses to Tale of Two Towns: Esslingen and Rotenberg

  1. Didn’t mean to hit enter. What I was pretty much getting at is that men and women should still dress to impress after 50 and you do it well! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  2. It is a shame you live so far away. Love your blog and would love the opportunity to have you model for us :-). What I like is that your style is tasteful & classy yet still posses a strong flirty-feminine side. Take it with a grain of salt this is coming from a 38 year old male lol.

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  3. finbarsgift says:

    wonderful pics!!

    I know this area exactly, so-to-speak each meter of it, see e.g. here:

    https://finbarsgift.wordpress.com/2013/04/18/kesselstadter-toskana/

    morning greetings from Lu

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  4. It looks exactly like a fairytale! Are the streets always so neat and clean? How did you manage to take pictures with no one else in them??

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  5. Bob says:

    I noticed your (new) sandals in the photos before you highlighted them at the end of your blog.
    Charming towns, charming photos, charming views, charming ladies, charming blogger (charming friend).

    😀 ❤

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  6. utesmile says:

    Beautiful, Love those German old houses, they make the marketplaces so lovely. Lovely top and necklace, I bet you came home with much more luggage…. : 🙂

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  7. Maccabros says:

    Wonderful pictures dear and it seeems, that you liked your trip…♥…

    (nicet top and necklace)

    liebe Grüße,

    Maccabros

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