Narbonne Cathedral, Narbonne, France

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Narbonne Cathedral, Narbonne, France

This cathedral has it all. It is part ruins, part cloisters, and part functioning cathedral. Now if they served pizza and gin it might be enough to get me to go to church. 😉

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5 thoughts on “Narbonne Cathedral, Narbonne, France”

  1. Lovely site, I am really enjoying your posts. I would love to visit many of these places, soon. We live in Napa Valley, California, and love it here. But we are also traveling to as many other wine regions in the world as we can. In a few months we will be in Italy and Croatia. Check out our California wine country blog: http://www.topochinesvino.com and follow us if you like what you see.

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    1. Thank you so much. Oh, I love wine. 😉 But who doesn’t right? Italy and Croatia are both great countries. Where will you be going?

      Also, If I can suggest a little known wine gem to add to your travel list. Go to Southern Germany, on the German side of the Alsace region. Try the Spätburgunder (lit. Late Burgundy, but it is the German word for Pinot Noir), nobody pays attention to those wines, but oh my god are they good!

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      1. The current plan is to fly into Venice, stay there for a couple of days, and then drive to Zagreb. I have met someone through my blogging there. And then from there, drive down the Dalmatian coast to visit some wineries and some of the amazing lakes and waterfalls there as well. Ending in Dubrovnik.

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      2. Oh! I am so jealous! I am land-bound until January and my wanderlust is driving me to distraction. I hope you will write all about your trip on your blog. I would love some insider information on some of these delicious wines that have been coming out of Croatia. 😉

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