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This weekend on Instagram I asked you all what you wanted to see more of. One of the most common responses I received was the Luxembourg Gardens. These photos are from an afternoon walk through the Jardin du Luxembourg that I took a couple of weeks ago. I hope it feels like you’re taking a little walk around Paris with me!
My two favorite times of year to walk through the Tuileries Garden are spring and fall. Both seasons mark a beginning and end as the leaves come and go. I felt inspired to share photos from previous springs in this beloved Parisian garden. Next year, spring in the Tuileries will be that much more special.
I fell in love with Paris by walking around around and taking everything in. I think it’s the best way to see the city and discover which part of it speaks to you. There really is something for everyone in Paris. With the imminent arrival of spring, I’ve been thinking about Paris gardens and the return of leisurely walks. There’s something about walking through Palais-Royal and its garden that remains a personal perennial favorite.
Like clockwork, following our return from Normandy and the reopening of terrasses in Paris last Tuesday, the weather shifted. Pretty much the entire month of May was full-sun, not a cloud in the sky, summer weather. The past week brought grey skies, cooler temperatures, and bursts of rain. While it’s sad for the terrasses, I love this kind of weather and bundled up for an afternoon walk through the Tuileries Garden last Friday.
Usually this is a “A Walk Through” series, however right now that isn’t possible. So today we’re going to take a walk around the exterior of the Musée du Louvre. I walked by on two different days which proves that the emptiness wasn’t just a fluke…it’s actually what Paris looks like right now.