Hi guys! I’m back after some time now, I had quite a few exams to pass this last month so I couldn’t write a lot here. Anyway, I have a few articles ready to be posted, including this one, and I tell you they are pretty good. So if you don’t want to miss anything at all of the next posts feel free to subscribe to Enigmatic Frog (look in the sidebar) and be part of this little family of ours. Also, I hope you will enjoy the photographs as much as I do and leave me a comment telling me what you liked the most! Let’s do this, shall we?
On our fourth day we planned to see le Jardin des Plantes (a huge botanical garden) and because of the proximity to Jardins du Luxembourg we decided to see both. Unfortunately this day the weather wasn’t so good to visit gardens but we had to deal with it. We took the underground to Métro Luxembourg and visited the Luxembourg gardens. When you are there, near the Palace, search for the Fontaine des Médicis that is really worth the stop.
We then walked to the Panthéon nearby the garden and walked through Latin neighborhood. After that we went to the Jardin des Plantes that is really big and has a lot of things to see. Imagine a big plants’s museum with different geographic areas recreated and rare specimens of flowers, trees and plants. Plan a sandwich or you can buy some at a kiosk in the park so you can rest and then continue the visit. (Plus. the Jardin des Plantes is totally free, except if you decide to explore the tropical Serres, so this can be a good idea on a low budget trip 😉 )
After that, my friend wanted to go at an event at Rue de Rennes so we took the bus because my back hurted. Also, this might be obvious for some of you but you might want to take with you some good walking shoes because you’ll want to visit by feet to see everything and, trust me, you don’t want to walk with flat shoes.
Anyway, if you go in rue de Rennes, it is a good place to shop. They have some major brands (less expensive than Le Marais) that you might have too where you live.We moved to Boulevard St. Germain and then had to live to see a play.
After the play we ate on the Quais de la Seine that is very nice. You can easily find some places to take food and then sit on the riverside. There are a lot of students in the evening enjoying some good company.
Well that is all for our fourth day in Paris, we visited some gardens and parks, saw beautiful neighborhoods and architectures and ate (as always) a ton of patisseries.
I hope you enjoyed reading and knowing more about what to see in Paris, you can also see what we did on our other days in case you missed it and subscribe to know what we visited on our last day in Paris !
See you very soon and green kisses as always,