DAY 7 - Some Metro trains have no dividers between cars. Standing at the back, I can see all the way from one end to the other...as long as the train is traveling straight
No, we are not eating lunch at McDo...but I am understandably curious to try items from their McCafe
Valerie and I grab lunch at La Crêperie Saint Honoré
My eye is drawn to "La Seine". When Valerie asks for recommendations, our waitress mentions that La Seine is there most popular galette.
This is my first galette (a buckwheat crêpe). It won't be my last. Delicious!
Valerie is enjoying the same thing
Now that's a proper cappucino
We approach Claude Perrault's Colonnade (of the Louvre) from the east.
Mairie du 1er Arrondissement (city hall for Paris' 1st district) and Église Saint-Germain-l'Auxerrois are located across the street from the Louvre
"Love locks" on Pont des Arts
My love on Pont des Arts
Institut de France lies at the end of Pont des Arts
Institut de France from Pont des Arts
Valerie and I with Pont Neuf from Pont des Arts
Where Place du Carrousel passes under the Louvre