Le Procope is Paris' oldest cafe, dating back to the Starting as a cafe where gentlemen would drink coffee, it became a popular meeting place for intellectuals--such as Voltaire, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson-- throughout the century.
Hard to imagine this Lovers Bridge originated from a modern day Italian novel. Write your initials on a lock, attach it to the bridge, and toss the key in the Siene for everlasting love. My lock is there, if I can find it
Daybreak jaunt ending with a stay at a local coffee shop/breakfast destination for hours to read (preferably in a peaceful breezy outdoor nook). This happens to be a beautifully captured photo of a dream location - a cozy café in Paris.
Café Saint Regis is a lovely cafe from which to watch the sunset by the Notre Dame. 6 Rue Jean du Bellay, 75004 Paris Ile St-Louis / 01 43 54 59 41 metro: Pont Marie et Sully-Morland: bus:Rue des Deux-Ponts: Boulevard Henry-IV: