Postcards from Paris
The Ramblers share their April in Paris with the neighbors.
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In April, Rose and Roger Rambler spent six delightful days, Monday through Saturday, seeing the sights of Paris. Each day, the Ramblers sent a postcard of a tourist attraction they had visited that day to one of their neighbors back home in Cozy Valley; one day they mailed home a postcard of Sacre Coeur. Given the tour guide below, can you solve the Logic Problem of what Paris sight Rose and Roger enjoyed each day Monday-Saturday and to which neighbors they sent a postcard of that day's events?

  1. The postcard of the Louvre, a split picture of the Mona Lisa and the museum's exterior, didn't go to the Mitchells or the Wilsons.
  2. On three consecutive days, earliest-to-latest, Rose and Roger sent a postcard of the Eiffel Tower, mailed a postcard to the Mitchells, and shared the sights of Paris with the Rutherfords.
  3. The postcard the Ramblers sent from their tour of the Musee d'Orsay wasn't the one mailed on Friday.
  4. The Ramblers' visit to famous Notre Dame wasn't on Wednesday's itinerary.
  5. One day, Rose and Roger enjoyed sending a picture of the Arc de Triomphe back home; the next day, they sent the Furleys a postcard, and the day after that, they mailed a postcard from the Louvre.
  6. The postcards Rose and Roger sent to the Handelmans and to the Bradfords weren't from tourist attractions they visited on back-to-back days.
  7. The Arc de Triomphe postcard didn't go to the Rutherfords.
  8. The Furleys didn't receive the postcard of Notre Dame Cathedral.
  9. Neither the Handelmans nor the Wilsons received the postcard Rose and Roger sent from the City of Light on Thursday.