As long as you plan your day in Paris making sure some “A” and “B” are included, then the day can’t go too bad.
The Garden of Rodin Musuem is a pleasant little place no matter you’re an art lover or not. It’s reasonably sized, comes with a cafe that serves great refreshment, and of course, piece after piece of some of the most breathtaking work of sculptures.
Trying to blend in with the environment, I wore:
// Tote from Mansur Gavriel //
After a good dose of brain food for the day, we stopped at a rather different garden done by Ralph, snuggled up with way too many cushions and throws, and had some real comfort food. After which we got a fresh baguette at a busy-ish looking local bakery, ordered a good wine, and had them in the hotel bed while having The Hobbit playing on the TV. Well, judge me all you want, but sometimes a little break in between the hard-core traveling is quite essential, don’t you agree?