Daily Prompt from Wordpress is a question that I can answer straight off without even thinking:
You’re stranded in a foreign city for a day with no money and no friends. Where do you go; what do you do?
Easy peasy! I'd go to the Tourist Office. There I'd get a list of places I can visit for free, and I'd also ask if there were any shops that offered tastings although I can't imagine being stranded somewhere with absolutely not a farthing at the bottom of my purse.
Otherwise, I'd try and copy that stupid woman in the Kinder Chocolat advert. She goes into a mini supermarket and decides she needs a snack before doing her shopping. She goes to the counter and sees one bar of Kinder Chocolat. The guy behind the counter sees that, standing behind her is that tennis player, whatsisface, big guy, dark-skinned, you know, anyway, Kinder Chocolat is his favourite and he wants the last bar too. Shopper 1 doesn't want cookies or cake or anything else, fussy cow that she is, so Counter Man suggests that she and TennisMan share it.
So all I'd have to do would be to go into a mini-mart, hide all the Kinder Chocolats bar one, and then wait for TennisMan to show up (Tonga, is it?). They we could share the last one unless some busybody were to find my hidden horde and then the game would be up guv. Or I could just nick one and run really fast because these days thieves can act with impunity practically, or so it seems, and I'm quite fit with all that zumba.
Back in reality, visiting the Tourist Office is something my DB and I usually do when we arrive somewhere where we intend to spend a day or two. We also go there for accommodation lists and advice and then just use the internet to pin down our choices.
When I was actually stranded in Paris for a day with little money, I had a lovely time. I had a programme of visits which included a bit of the Louvre, and the Maillot Musée to see a Weegee exhibition; I had a bistro lunch and took the train back to Montpellier at the end of the day. I even got to blog about it here.
Nowadays, if I've got my Kindle I'm a happy bunny wherever I am, and if it's just for a day, I can go without food too although I'd get decidedly grumpy.