Paris Part 3

This is the halfway point in our week in Paris!  On this day, we started off with a walk through the Latin Quarter.  

The boys wanted to see Rue du Chat qui Peche which they learned about in one of their Paris books.  It is reported to be the most narrow street in Paris.  

Notre Dame Cathedral was just a little but further down the street.  

We lit a candle in front of the Joan of Arc statue in Notre Dame.

From Notre Dame, we walked past the Pantheon on our way to Jardin du Luxemborg.  

We all loved the Jardin du Luxemborg.  We enjoyed our baguette sandwich lunch (per usual) and then rented a sailboat at the little pond in the park.  We sailed our little “Japan” boat all over the pond.  

From the sailboat pond, we wandered through the park to the playground area.  

Tom and Sam loved the carousel.

On our way back to our apartment, we stopped for some baguettes.  Joey enjoyed practicing a little French to make the purchase!  

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4 Responses to Paris Part 3

  1. Connie says:

    Love it! I used to have a poster in my class of French families sailing their boats in that little pond! Never heard of the rue du Chat Qui Peche! Great name though!

  2. Netley says:

    Hi Guys! Love these Paris photos…remember when we saw the Centre Pompidou, Amy???? That was a while ago….1987 to be exact! Really enjoying your posts here and keeping up with your adventures. Your Mom and I just enjoyed Paris Part 3 together…tomorrow we begin our big adventure together. We will let you know how it went! Love and hugs to all 🙂

    • Amy says:

      1987. That seems like so long ago (I guess it was)! Have a fantastic time on your cruise. I can’t wait to see the pictures.

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