Thursday, April 14, 2011

Hoooneymoon: Part Trois

So, tomorrow night will be lake residents
I keep saying it, but we are so excited
Tomorrow night we are going to an Easter play that features T's best friend, who will be playing Jesus
These are the type of things that we are excited to move back to, and be able to attend

It may be a little while before we have internet access, so I wanted to tide y'all over with 
Part 3 of our honeymoon - our final day in Paris!

One of the most spectacular things we visited was 
The Louvre 

you could spend daaaayyyyyssss in the Louvre

it was awesome, but just a tad overwhelming 

After all that we needed a cocktail,
so we had one in our hotel bar
I know that bloody marys are supposed to be a brunch drink, but I love them anytime
and I love extra lime juice

Then we went to our last dinner in Paris
it was great

what more could you ask for?

typical honeymoon ring shot

and a late night photo shoot at the fountain outside our hotel

before we knew it, it was time to board our plane to sorrento!

here is a tiny sneak peak of italy

Can't wait to give you an update on our move!!!
Again, thanks for all your sweet comments - I love my blog friends!


Town and Country Mom said...

Great photos--looks like a fabulous honeymoon! I wish you all the best on your move and getting settled in; I know you will be a wonderful addition to the lake community!

Tessa said...

Seeing the Louvre always makes me think of the Da Vinci Code! :) Lovely pics. Kinda of makes you want to go back, huh?! Good luck with the move!!


Miss V said...

oh my goodness...I just adore your honeymoon pics. I really really do. I don't know if it's because it's something refreshing and different from the standard pina coladas and resort shots (not that those aren't amazing trips) or if it's that I've always wanted to go to Paris or if it's because you just look so happy and honey-moon-y in them.. either way can't wait for Italy and to hear about the move! xoxox

Sara Louise said...

Seeing the Louvre is overwhelming, isn't it? It's like, there's so so much! My favorite part of it is actually strolling around the palace and grounds outside. I know that's cheating, but it's still my favorite.
Looking forward to Italy :-)

Michaela said...

Beautiful! How fun to see those paintings...I learned about them in art class last quarter!

BeachGypsy said...

WOW THAT WAS SOME HONEYMOON! I surfed in today thru Sundresses and Smiles, wanted to say hi and letcha know I'd been here. I am loving that adorable lil pink cottage y'all are moving into! Our oldest daughter lives in a lake house very similar--I think you will be very happy there! Love the chairs down by the water! Come visit my blog sometime! Happy weekend!

April of A. Liz Adventures said...

Gorgeous pics. I must ask what sort of camera you have? (No rush, I know you have a lot going on now!)

Best of luck with the move this weekend! We'll be in your shoes next weekend :)

Sam {} said...

so gorgeous!! looks like such a blast. you two are incredibly beautiful!

Mrs. Werginz said...

Amazing photos! Were you surprised at the size of the Mona Lisa? I was...I thought it would be bigger! Wishing much happiness with the move! :)

Heather said...

These are amazing pictures! What a great honeymoon.

Sundresses and Smiles said...

When I was in Paris we kind of rushed the Louvre which was NOT my choice...I love to just wander through art museums! That dinner sounds delicious! Good luck with the move!

MLD said...

These pictures are amazing. I just love the Louvre. I remember being so shocked at how small the Mona Lisa is!

Tess said...

Best of luck on your move! Moving day can be such a stressful & long day so I hope you have great weather and a seamless transition.

You took great shots of your honeymoon. You and your husband look so in love, and like you had a great time. I love the picture of you two at dinner (and the one of you holding the map!).

More than the stars in the sky said...

Love all your honeymoon pics! I am taking art appreciation right now so, I really enjoyed all the Louvre pics especially the Mona Lisa. Thanks for sharing!


Lu said...

Oh my gosh I want to be back i Paris so badly after reading your post! We went biking around the Louvre at night after everyone had left, and it was magical. Good luck with your move! That is so exciting!

Aubrey {All Things Bright and Beautiful} said...

All that artwork is just so amazing! The Louvre has to be one of my top things on my to do list...right up there with "sing with Taylor Swift" and "Dance like Usher"...that is totally a joke, just not the part about the Louvre! I hate being in that "limbo" stage, but you are right, that view will be *so* worth it!

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