Like the September apartment, this one is small, but I think it's more attractive. The kitchen is much larger and better furnished than the September kitchen. There's actually a small table and two chairs. The September apartment had a fold-up table and chairs.
As in most Paris apartments, the toilet in is a separate tiny cabine.
There's a window box with geraniums at the living room window.
The bedroom is almost completely filled by the bed. There are two small nightstands and the closet is in the living room.
The living room is comfortable.
After unpacking, we set off to explore the neighborhood. There's an interesting looking cabaret a few blocks away.
We had lunch at a raclette restaurant. Raclette is a Swiss dish somewhat similar to fondue. You melt cheese over the burner built into the table (see the upper left-hand portion of the picture) and then scrape the melted cheese over the meats and potato. It's typically served with cornichons (tiny tart pickles).
On rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud we saw this sign painted on the sidewalk.
Today's cheese: Petit Reblochon