So we broke out the Markets of Paris guide that I received from a friend and found one of the few markets that were open on Sunday. We hopped the Metro and headed to the Antiquarian and Used Book Market in the 15th arrondissement. We perused dusty book jackets and plastic-wrapped classics including Le Journal de Babar, Les Miserables, L'Art Culinaire Francais and my favorite, Histoire du Sel, or the history of salt.
We also make a trip to the falafel mecca in Paris called L'As du Fallafel. It certainly lived up to it's reputation and was probably the cheapest meal we bought in Paris.
The last evening in Paris, we decided to take one of the Seine boat tours. In hindsight, it might have made more sense to do this at the beginning of our trip to orient us to the city, but we still enjoyed it just the same. The night was beautiful and we loved seeing the city from the aquatic perspective.
... next up: The Best of Paris. I will even give my opinion on where to find the best croissant!