This cost equals to rides to and from the airport + two metro rides, so if you're planning on using the metro more than twice that day it's totally worth it. At these and other institutions, you can learn the about the rich history of Paris as the place of important developments in photography (e.g., the Daguerrotype) and as the home of many of the trade's great artists (e.g., Robert Doisneau, André Kertész, Eugene Atget and Henri Cartier. Of course there are also some traditional offerings and for the budget conscious there are hundreds of traditional bistros, with their pavement terraces offering a choice of fairly simple (usually meat centred) meals for reasonable prices. Roue Libre also has a location at the Bastille which is open during the summer months, *