|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
- 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.
- 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.
- The postcard the Ramblers sent from their tour of the Musee d'Orsay
wasn't the one mailed on Friday.
- The Ramblers' visit to famous Notre Dame wasn't on Wednesday's itinerary.
- 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.
- 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.
- The Arc de Triomphe postcard didn't go to the Rutherfords.
- The Furleys didn't receive the postcard of Notre Dame Cathedral.
- Neither the Handelmans nor the Wilsons received the postcard
Rose and Roger sent from the City of Light on Thursday.