Walking across the Pont des Arts to dinner, a tiny little Eiffel Tower in the background.
From the top of Montparnasse Tower, which is just a 59-story office tower that happens to have a great view. Kind of like the Empire State Building! Unlike the Empire State Building, there was practically no one up there when we went.
Luxembourg Gardens with Luxembourg Palace at its crown. This is where Parisians come to sunbathe, sit far too close to each other, and visit a smaller-scale model of the Statue of Liberty tucked away in one corner of the park that no one really cares about except Americans.
The Panthéon, where you can visit the bodies of your long-lost relatives of the French noble classes.
The steps of Saint-Étienne-du-Mont church were littered with students eating lunch, many of them holding the exact same banh mi we had just procured for ourselves. So we CLEARLY made the right choice.