Monday was our last full day on the boat. We left Rouen at 1:00 a.m., and were in Les Andelys when we woke up. It's a lovely little village, which I walked all around (it took me less than an hour).
At around noon, we were Paris-bound again. During the afternoon, there were tours of various parts of the ship, including the galley, which was very cool.
That evening was a semi-formal dinner with the Captain, after which we (once again) staggered back to our cabin having eaten too much!
We docked in Paris at around 4:00 a.m. on Tuesday. In the morning we had a quick breakfast, finished packing, and took a cab to our hotel.
After we checked in, we wandered around the Jardin du Luxembourg, which is huge and includes multiple playgrounds, tennis courts and fountains.
After lunch, I went back to the room to rest, and Tod went to Napoleon's tomb, which includes a military museum, which I wasn't really interested in.
We had an early dinner and returned to our room to prepare for heading to the airport in the morning. It was a wonderful trip, and I hope to go back and see the south of France someday.