I am reluctant to even ask this question; I don't want to waste anyone's time. However, I think I need something to aim for, even if it doesn't work out.
Notre famille will be in Paris for 22 hours next Monday after an overnight flight. We have a hotel booked at CDG and onward flights at 7:30 the next morning, so its not going to be a late night in Paris for us.
We are aiming for the Eiffel Tower and surrounds, and may walk over to the Pont d'Alma to pick up a Bateau Mouche. Wasn't able to get pre-booked tickets for ET, not sure if we will dog the line to go up or not - will decide when we get there based on weather/length of line/how much energy we have.
I plan to pop out of the Metro at the AdT/Champs Ellyse for a short look around, but that's it. I'm expecting we are going to be too tired to do much more than a quick look. Paris, and France, will be another trip for us.
However, I would like a recommendation for dinner. Kids are 12 & 14, 14 yr old is really fussy eater, so a menu with options is important, but DH and I don't want to eat at an American chain restaurant. She can live on salad and bread, so we can probably find something to make it work.
Given the area we are heading, can anyone suggest a restaurant that we might aim for? We may be so utterly washed out that we might have a look around the Champs de Mars and head back to the hotel for an afternoon sleep and end up out at CDG for dinner (hence my reluctance) but if I could have one or two places in my back pocket, it would be much appreciated.