(Outfit: top - H&M, skirt - River Island, shoes - New Look, bag - Primark)
3rd day in Paris consisted of trying again to visit Musee de l'Orangerie and finally succeeding. It was free entry as it was Sunday too which meant it was also busier but nonetheless.
We got to see Claude Monet's infamous water lily paintings which were just magnificent and surreal that it took my breath away (not literally but you get the gist). Unfortunately photos weren't allowed in the museum but you can see officially what they look like online however nothing can beat seeing the artwork in person.
We also checked out the rest of the museum full of other masterpieces by the greats such as Derain and Picasso.
After the museum, we took the path from the Tuileries all the way up to Louvre again to see it by day time. We went for Japanese food and I had the most amazing katsu curry I've ever tasted in my life (unfortunately I forgot to take a picture and also to jot down the name of the restaurant but I promise next time I will).
By afternoon time, we decided to head over to Jardin du Palais Royal, which both me and my sister have never visited before. The gardens is so peaceful and relaxing that I was whispering most of the time. People were there to read, sit by the fountain and relax, do yoga, sleep; it was the serene place of the city and it was the perfect end to the day.