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Strolling Through The Luxembourg Gardens

After our breakfast at Bread & Roses (which was amazing) we headed to the Luxembourg Gardens early in the morning. It was about to rain so the flowers and air smelled so good as we wandered around trying to find this fountain I had had my eyes on for quite sometime.

 

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Strolling Through The Luxembourg Gardens

 

The gardens were full of joggers which was something I was unaccustomed to seeing in Paris. I thought everyone was just lucky with their tiny bodies even though there is cheese and wine around every corner but after the gardens and seeing all the amazing health food in grocery stores I now know that that was just silly! It must be so gorgeous to have Paris as your running grounds! I don’t think I would ever get bored of running if I lived there.

 

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We found the fountain easily and I had one of those “I’m in heaven” moments because I love finally being able to see something that you have only seen from a computer screen and Instagram. Flowers, grey skies and a beautiful fountain can make any morning special.

 

I truly love Paris. It’s just so calming to be around such old designs somehow you know?

 

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It was a peaceful stroll and the tulips were just starting to bloom while the cherry blossoms petals were just starting to fall. It was so lovely I didn’t want to leave! The rain came just as we finished touring the place so it was perfect timing! If it’s meant to be it will be meant to be!

 

I highly recommend spending some time in the Luxembourg Gardens to enjoy a different area of Paris that is still close to central. Either have a picnic or head to Bread & Roses for some yummy treats and coffee! You won’t regret it I swear!

 

 

 

What’s your favourite area in Paris? Stay tuned for more posts about Paris and Italy? I see the Amalfi Coast in the future <3

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