Since it is cold and late, and we are hungry for dinner we literally choose the first restaurant we see (after McDonalds).
We could have made a better choice. We start with herring on warm potato salad (pictured), and Tomi has veal tagliatelle and Tei andouillette sausages with fries. The sausages smell appalling, and taste the same.
After visiting all these tourist attractions briefly (without entering any of them) --- still it took a long time and a lot of walking --- we find this small and charming restaurant run by Romanians(?)
A cloudy morning. We plan to walk to Montmartre, but as soon as we are out it starts raining. We consider our options (visiting museums, etc.) but it turns out to be easiest to take the metro to Montmartre, instead of juggling several connections to get to the museums.
We take metro to La Defense at the west end of the line number 1. It is a business district named after a statue (erected in 1883) that commemorates soldiers who defended Paris during the Franco-Prussian War.