We spent our last days in Paris enjoying some of its' most famous sites: the Louvre, the Rodin and the Arc de Triomphe. 

Steve and I enjoyed our 3rd night out on the town, thanks to our great babysitter Bette (highly recommend) and went to the Louvre. I thoroughly enjoyed it, but Steve could have done with a few less 2 story depictions of the Last Supper and I could have spent all day looking at the well built Romans fighting off mythical creatures and rubenesque women all in one fell swoop. Yes, there was the Mona Lisa (yawn!), but the beautiful buildings that showcases all that amazing art took all the kudos. 

We met up with our new friends the Suprenants at the Musee Rodin and all enjoyed the sculptures and the Van Goghs. 

Steve and Adele continued their quest to climb as many stairs as they can as they went to the top of the Arc de Triumphe, while Vince met his first Italian chica at the park-moulta bouna! 

Finally, we are a bit sad to have left la belle paris. We found the people warm and helpful, the city energetic and lively, the buildings stunning and the Village St. Paul welcoming and the perfect home away from home for us. Adieu Paris!

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Tourists in Paris


Today in Paris--the good--Green Day in concert-Adele's first! the bad--the lines at the eiffel tower. the ugly--teri has been targeted by pigeons as a dumping ground for flying excrement--YUK!