Rue Cler is a wonderful street in Paris with lovely shops, open air produce stands, fresh fish and flower markets, and patisseries. It was a pleasant cool morning to enjoy croissants and cappuccino as we observed daily life on this quaint pedestrian street.
After walking for hours but loving every minute touring the Musee d' Orsay we enjoyed one of those long Paris lunches at Le Royal Orsay Cafe. When my husband asked for the "l'addition, s'il vous plait," the delightful waiter asked if we wanted a small bill or a large bill. Naturally my husband said a small bill so the waiter folded the ticket into a tiny piece of paper and handed it to him. It was funny and we all enjoyed laughing. He posed for a picture and also took a picture of us. I can't help but wonder if he had done the same thing before.