Thanks for the advice all! I ended up carrying too much equipment (14mm, 24-105mm, 50mm, 70-200mm, monopod, flash) but had a great time. On the plus side, carrying all that meant I burned more calories while walking around!Next time, I might just stick with the 24-105 and the 50 and leave everything else home.
Thanks for the debriefing!
A lot of people get excited about the 14mm, and rightly so. But let's face it... it's a specialty lens. The 16-35mm L and 17-40 L don't match the quality of the 14mm L, but they are quite versatile.
I also find that the 24-105mm L almost always has enough width to get the shot. And when I'm packing light, I often pair it with my 50 f/1.4 (to cover low light). But I'm starting to feel like I might want to get the 35mm L because the 50 is just a tad long (I can always crop in post, but I can't magically add more photo).
I'm starting to agree with more experienced shooters that going light with the gear can improve your photography by lightening your load and pushing the creativity that can come out of limitations.