Thursday, June 26, 2008

We thought about going to see the Orsay museum, but we're both museum-ed out. We decided to spend our last day in Paris just walking around and chilling.  We hung out in a park outside Notre Dame playing backgammon. We went to the Jewish section again, got some stuff for a picnic and had lunch on the tip of Iles de la Cite, playing backgammon some more. It's amazing, but (according to Glenn) every game I win is due to luck and every game he wins is due to skill.  Incidentally, I'm up by 22 points. Needless to say, one of us was in a crabby mood for much of the morning. We walked down St. Germain st, and back to our hotel. 

Notre Dame
Tip of Iles de la Cite

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