Sunday, 14 February 2016

Jardin Tino-Rossi

Today, I took little Jude for a walk by the river, Jardin Tino-Rossi. 

The specificity of the garden is that it's located along the river.  It's a garden that is much more pleasant in spring or summer. In the winter it's not on the sunny part of the river. Nevertheless, it's a very pleasant place to walk a dog there; it's one of the very few places where dogs are allowed (Paris is a city that doesn't like dogs very much). 

Another specificity is that there are sculptures from contemporary artists displayed here and there. Amongst the artists: Brancusi, César, Zadkine or Schoffer. There are also beautiful trees such as plane trees, weeping willows, cherry trees... I will take some pictures, in a couple of months to show you how pretty it is.

There is also a large playground for the little one and lawns to enjoy a picnic in the summer. It's also a great spot to enjoy a beer at sunset. And on Sundays, people come and danse on latin vibes. Caliente.

Jardin Tino-Rossi - 2 quai Saint-Bernard - 75005 Paris
Genevieve, the patron saint of Paris