The buildings in Narbonne were often striking. Sure, many were just plain French architecture like I would find all over Toulouse; but a surprising number had extraordinary architectural detail. A couple of my favorites:
Most of the older homes had some some level of stone detailing.
After touring Narbonne, we planned to hit the beach. This can be difficult if you know the direction of the sea, but nothing about its beaches. We proved this by following TomTom to the closest “beach,” which proved to be an inland saltwater lake. It was very windy, which seems to provide it’s own kind of fun on such beaches. Click on these photos to see some more detail.
I preferred the top of the island hills, though…
We went home after that, but our next adventure was north of here, although still south of Toulouse… the Pyrenees mountains. But before that, I plan to post some disposable art I created for the wall at home. Frankly, I could use some feedback.