Is Paris the Make-Out Capital of the World?

How romantic is Paris? Up to you to decide. My friend Etienne sent me these photos today, claiming to have spotted Kate and Vincent around town. 


Kissing on the Carrousel Bridge


Sunset on the Quai


As much bodily contact as publicly acceptable in the Luxembourg Gardens


Lying in the sun at the Luxembourg Gardens


A little park bench action.


Make out and butt grope in front of Notre Dame.

I REST MY CASE.

14 Comments to Is Paris the Make-Out Capital of the World?

  1. by Silvia - On May 17, 2011

    See? These kind of pictures, together with your book, make me wanna go back and vist Paris so bad…

  2. by Anne Riley - On May 17, 2011

    Ha haaaaa… love it! I feel like I saw a lot of this while living in Madrid, too 🙂

  3. by braine - On May 17, 2011

    She’s picking his pocket in the last one. That’s in front of Notre Dame, and that’s what happens there.

  4. by Lori - On May 17, 2011

    I second that! It is the make-out capital, according to my tabulations over the last three days.

  5. by Lori - On May 17, 2011

    I second that, according to my tabulations here over the past 3 days. Gorgeous weather might be contributing to the particularly frisky cuddling.

  6. by Petra - On May 17, 2011

    Awwww, I need to go to France again. It’s not far and so beautiful.

  7. by Ivy Hawthorn - On May 17, 2011

    I love this! Too funny! I miss Paris, only been there once, but it’s time to go back! That is so cool that you live there! I’m not sure if you took French before you moved there your first time, but did you catch on to the language easily (or as easy as that can be! LOL)

    Great post!

  8. by amy - On May 18, 2011

    Bill – Hmmm… Lori – i LOVE it!!! And Ivy – I did take French, but only a couple of years so did most of my learning over here!

  9. by Ladybug - On May 19, 2011

    I’ve always thought of Italy as the land of the making out capital, but this sure was a strong application for the title for France and Paris.

    I’ve never been to Paris but I’ve been to France, it is such a wonderful country. Only thing I regretted was not learning French in school since almost no one we encountered knew any English.

  10. by amy - On May 19, 2011

    Ladybug – Italy is a definitely strong competitor. And it’s never too late to learn French!

  11. by Aik - On June 5, 2011

    LOL! This is funny (and kind of romantic too)!

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