Playing: Dig a Hole-William Beckett
Reading: (French) Elle Juin 2013
Hotel West End, which was a small hotel with an amazing view of Le Tour Eiffel. From my room, you could see it clearly.
Kenzo, which was amazing and I wish there was one in Los Angeles. It amazed me how much Los Angeles is lacking in terms of designer stores compared to Paris. Right across from the Kenzo store was the Louis Vuitton flagship store, which I'll talk about later.
Arc de Triomphe, which offers an amazing view of the city. I really like gloomy weather, so I didn't mind all the clouds over the city for my photos. The hike up the stairs was incredibly disorientating. All the stairs blended in together, so I had a hard time differentiating the steps. It probably didn't help that I hadn't eaten for more than 24 hours, so the hike probably wasn't that bad and it was just my hunger making me have trouble going up and down the spiral staircases.
Le Cristal, which is only a block away from the Arc de Triomphe, I ordered the Bloc de Foie Gras de Canard. It was so rich and creamy. I ordered a lot of foie gras while in Paris, since it's illegal in California.
Élysées until I couldn't manage to stay awake any longer.