The images in my Photo Friday post were from the Institut du Monde Arabe on the Left Bank in Paris. The windows don't just look like camera lenses, they open and close depending upon the amount of sun streaming through, which makes this a very interesting building to sit and watch. On the top floor there there is a nice (if expensive) Middle Eastern restaurant, with a gorgeous view of the city, but the real find is the hidden cafeteria serving middle eastern stews and kabobs in a college like atmosphere. In summer, after you've stuffed yourself, you can enjoy the same view afforded by the more expensive restaraunt by splurging on tea service in a rooftop garden.
Paris With Kids