Adventures in Burgundy!

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I am excited to announce that I am heading back to France!

For a fourth year in a row, I am delighted to be working with Atout France as their #VisitFrenchWine Ambassador. I have had so much fun exploring the Bordeaux-Aquitaine region (check out: Getting to Know BordeauxA Night in Bordeaux, France in PhotographyThe Storybook Experience that is Bergerac, France, and A Walk Back in Time at  Saint Émilion), the Loire Valley (read: A Day in Angers, Loire Valley, Castles and Caves: Exploring the Loire Valley, and Wine Adventures through The Loire Valley, France), and the Rhone Valley.

This year, I will be heading to Mâcon and Dijon in Burgundy!

You can follow my adventures and that of others bloggers exploring different regions of France with hashtag #VisitFrenchWine (and my personal tag #GTTinFrance) and check out my itinerary, as well as enter to win a trip to Burgundy by visit the site here: Good luck and feel free to send me messages and comments as you follow me along on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @GirlGoneTravel!

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Carol Cain

Carol is her happiest when on an adventure, either close to home or farther away. She's the mom to three fun boys and wife to a handsome Irish/Scot. She lives in New Jersey with her happy crew, but will always be a girl from Brooklyn. You can read her full profile here.

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4 Responses to Adventures in Burgundy!

  1. Oh you will love Burgundy! Spent a few weeks there a few years ago! It’s magical! I’ll wave at you from the Lot-et-Garonne!

  2. Natacha says:

    Bonjour Carol! After a few weeks already in Burgundy, which sentence could describe the most this region according to you? I have been there leading a group of French learners a couple of weeks ago and they loved it, I would love to know your insight about it 🙂 Natacha

  3. caincarol says:

    Hi Natacha! Thanks! It\’s difficult to summarize as it\’s a large region. Please feel free to read the follow-up posts I\’ve shared here on the trip. But for now, I would say colorful and historic. Though even those words doesn\’t do it all justice.

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