Cece lives on the same street as this place.
She loves the tree that looks like it is growing out the side of the building. It is like a sign that beneath this tree is a whole other world. While I was in France, she made me find our way home from the metro, just to test me, and this is what differentiated all the similar looking narrow streets of Paris. The morning of my last day there, she wanted to go sit in the garden and hang out until we were ready to start our day.
This place is mentioned in a French magazine for being one of the cutest hidden spots in France. And she is so lucky to just walk across the street practically. A midst the busy city, you can get find yourself in a quiet garden, sipping tea and enjoying the tiny birds pecking at your croissant crumbs.
I wish there was a place like this I can escape to momentarily…which is probably why I started creating my balcony oasis at home (finally). It is free to get into the garden area (we didn’t go into the museum/house). There is a little shop inside the garden which has some bites, as well as tea, coffee and other drinks.
Check it out the next time you are in Paris!