"The Ile Saint-Louis has the greatest ice-cream shop called Berthillon. Oh, my god, it's the best ice cream in Paris. We're used to Carvel and Häagen-Dazs pops and Mister Softee trucks; this is what the French are used to. You must take a walk around the Ile Saint-Louis. It's so old, you feel like you're in the 17th century. It's definitely a lovely walk. You're not too far from Notre Dame. I used to go to Patisserie Car-ette in the Place du Trocadéro, a tea place where I'd always see Catherine Deneuve. I didn't really know her. Now I do, but then I didn't. She would go to Patisserie Carette at tea time, 4 p.m., and I would love to have been able to say hello."

Dinner
"Kinugawa is a great Japanese restaurant with the best sushi in Paris. Tong Yen is fabulous for Chinese. It's right off the Champs-Élysées. Typical Chinese with a very happy atmosphere and lots of great food. When I modeled, all my Swedish friends would go to the Maison du Caviar, which I liked a lot, too. I hate caviar, but they serve smoked salmon, so I was in luck. It was always fun. It's kind of sparse and modern. You know, smoked salmon, caviar, and good vodka."

Nightlife
"Les Bains is still a happening place. It's still hot and heavy, very intimate. It's got the best deejays. I've been there and danced until 4 or 5 in the morning. It doesn't really get going before midnight. You have dinner upstairs, then go downstairs to dance. Everybody goes there, from rock stars to tennis players to actors."

SUNDAY


Excursion