As already stated in my previous Paris post, French cuisine was not on the menu this time. On our second day, we had a late lunch at Happy Days, an American 50s diner, near Les Halles.
The setting looked really authentic and I was very curious about the food.
I had a Beach Boys burger with two battered fish sticks.
My friend CB had an Americano burger. The food was so so. What we had at Moutarde Street the day before was certainly better.
After our late lunch it was already dark and we walked around the city centre. We came across an ice rink outside the Hôtel de Ville.
The patinoire (French for ice rink) was very crowded, all people were skating around clockwise and we decided not to go on.
We continued our evening walk through Le Marais, one of my favourite areas in Paris.
We wanted to see a bit of the Champs-Elysées and got off at Place de la Concorde. We were surprised to find a large Christmas market.
I was amazed by this large pan of tartiflette. We tried some but I have to say that the one I recently made tasted much better. No bragging!
It looks like we didn't do that much on our second day. Truth is, we had to save our energy for the next day which was going to be a long night... New Year's Eve!