Au revoir, Paris!

Friday was our last day in Paris, for now. Musée Marmottan Monet is hosting the world's largest collection of Monet paintings (130 pieces) as well as other impressionists and earlier golden age artists. No photos, though, – and the camera ban was strictly enforced.
The rain poured down all morning and all afternoon so it was a wet, wet Paris. We decided to end the museum week at the Musée d'Histoire Naturelle because it was easily accessible and dry. The interior and the exhibits were much more classical than we expected.
Took the Metro and the airport train up north to Charles de Gaulle (Didn't stop at the Stade-de-France station), and ...
... after a couple of hours in the not-so-busy airport, we kissed Paris au revoir !