Since Janet and John were planning to do things Bill and I have done often in the past (ascend the Eiffel Tower, see Notre Dame and Place de la Concorde), we went on another of our self-guided walking tours. This one was in the area of the church of the Madeleine. This classic building was originally planned by Napoleon as a temple to fame, but he changed his mind and had it commissioned as a church.
Our lunch was a mushroom omelette with salad and fries for me and a salade Nicoise for Bill.
The Madeleine is in a pricey shopping area and there are lots of food specialty shops. The French idiom for window shopping is "licking the windows," and that's what we did.
Here's a candy display at Fauchon, for only 160 euros (about $240).
And here's another candy display in the front window.
Today's cheeses: Mont d'Or, Brie de Meau, and Banon