Our last full day in Paris was also packed with fun and many adventures!
Our first destination: the Arc de Triomphe!
We crossed the street and caught a final glimpse of the Arc de Triomphe.
Why did the Evans' cross the road? To get to Ladurée!
Brought tears to my eyes again to see these beautiful Van Goghs that I see in pictures and books and online. There is something about seeing a painting in the flesh that is so... Spiritual? Humbling? Special? Take your pick.
Inside the courtyard.
There's a chapel attached to the tomb.
Paris is so photogenic! I was taking pictures left and right and couldn't narrow them down anymore.
Paris in one word? Charming!
I love the architecture.
LOVE the teal facade!
There are SO MANY more things we could have seen such as the Orangerie Museum, Rodin Museum, Marmottan Museum, Cluny Museum, Pompidou Center, Panthéon, Opéra Garnier (with a lake in the basement that inspired the Phantom of the Opera), La Défense and La Grande Arche, Jewish Art and History Museum, Carnavalet Museum, Moulin Rouge, Deportation Memorial (closed during our visit), Ille St. Louis, gone inside the Conciergerie, walked through the Tuileries Garden, taken a boat on the Siene and seen the Eiffel Tower light up at night, St. Sulpice Church (featured in Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code), Luxembourg Garden, Catacombs, Picasso Museum, taken a day trip to Giverny and seen Monet's garden and house, and so on.
BUT. We did SO MUCH in our three days! We loved every second and hope to go back some day, pretty much like every place we go :)