I arrived at Assemble Nationale metro station and wandered around for a good one and half hours before finally finding Jardin des Tuileries. Silly me mistook Palais Royale for Musee d'Orsay originally and wandered around for a good 1 hour before finding the way to Jardin des Tuileries.
|The prettiest bridge in Paris!|
|Place de la Concorde|
|Inside Jardin desTuileries|
|Children playing boats in one of the two fountains in the Jardin|
|Les Arts Decoratifs|
|A mini Arc de Triomphe on sorts just in front of the amazing Louvre museum|
Just on Rue de Rivoli outside Jardin des Tuileries, you can find Angelina, a wonderful tea salon with lots of amazing cakes and pastries. They are very famous for their hot chocolate, despite it being slightly expensive. But for macarons, please please visit Laduree, they really have the best macarons ever and despite it being 1,65euros for just a small piece, it is really worth a taste.
I chose a Mont Blanc - cream wrapped with a chestnut layer to taste and happily ate it in the Jardin next to the fountain. Ooh c'est la vie (:
|The one I ate|
|The lovely tearoom|
Les Arts Decoratifs
Musee d'Orsay (for Impressionism)
Musee d'Orange Tuileries (for Claude Monet's long paintings that wrap around an oval room, absolutely amazing)
Place de la Concorde