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Paris, Third Day: Louvre Sculptures

Day Three!!! The best and last day in Paris (I flew home on the fourth day). One of our biggest splurges on this trip was a private guided tour of the Louvre. Curtis and I both love museums and looking at art so we knew we wanted to get the most out of our time...

Paris, Second Day: Saturday Night

After seeing the Eiffel Tower, walking and walking, seeing the Rodin Museum, then doing the boat tour of the River Seine, we were really tired. We headed back to the hotel for some much-needed sleep (remember that we had been woken by the hotel’s alarm before 6 a.m.!). We had a refreshing nap, then went down...

Paris, Second Day: Eiffel Tower and the Rodin Museum

We had a startling wakeup on Saturday morning… the hotel’s fire alarm system was activated at 5:30 in the morning. Springing out of bed, frantically trying to find my robe, I was completely disoriented as we dashed out the door. We were on the top floor so walking down 8 flights of stairs was quite...

Paris, First Day: Champs-Elysées and Arc de Triomphe

See what I mean about there being so many photos?! I had to split them up so I wouldn’t overwhelm everyone’s browsers, ha! This is the third set of images for our first day in Paris. It’s about 5:00 p.m. and we are strolling down the Champs-Elysées. Waiting and Waiting and Waiting After walking for...

Paris, First Day: More Walking and the Ferris Wheel

Continued from Paris, First Day: Hotel and Walking. Curtis and I had been walking for about 45 minutes or so, just strolling and stopping to take photos. We weren’t in any touristy areas so we felt like we were experiencing real Parisian street life. We were so happy and even held hands a few times!...


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