We bought from the Japanese vendor and had fried chicken and grilled sardine bento boxes.
The building housing the National Archives was built for a mistress of Louis XIV. Very impressive!
Equally impressive is the Musée Carnavalet, the museum of the City of Paris. It has a beautiful garden, and admission is free!
Here's an example of an old sign from the Rue Moufettard neighborhood.
We stopped at a cafe we'd visited several times in 2009 for dessert, coffee, and tea. Our deserts were a Diplomat (a marble cake with Creme Anglaise) and Mille Feuille, layers of puff pastry filled with pastry cream and raspberries. Delicious!
Note to self: Don't walk these tours backwards. Too confusing!