It was hard to tell on today’s outting WHERE WE WERE! As we ambled along a cobblestone street that looked a LOT like downtown Savannah, Georgia… we came across a business offering STEAMBOAT RIDES on the Seine River here in Paris!!! WHAT THE HECK? And the steamboat wheel was lettered “TENNESSEE” which is where Mummy was born!!! Goodness gracious sakes alive, as we say in the South! We walked on a little further to discover in the middle of the Seine, a tiny little replica of our own “Statue of Liverty!” It sits on the end of a tiny island called the Île aux Cygnes near the Pont de Grenelle. The statue is a 1/4-scale version of the real deal and was installed in 1889, 3 years after the original one that France made for us. It was given to France by the American community in Paris and faces west… in the direction of her sister in New York City. You can’t climb around inside this or anything, but it’s still pretty cool to see… especially if you are getting homesick. ❤️?????