The.BEST.people.watching. But seriously, it's a catwalk. If you have time, and of course you do because you're strolling through Paris LIKEABOSS, sit in one of the iconic green chairs and pretend you're a local. There's nothing like it.
Plan to not have a plan when you're visiting the 3rd and 4th arrondissements. Take your time, get lost. It's the best neighborhood. (The food doesn't suck either.) If you're looking for the iconic architecture of Paris, you've found it. Make it a point to visit the Place des Vosges.
Visit Merci. It's an incredible shop in the Marais with two wonderful restaurants. Grab a cappuccino in the library cafe after you do a little window shopping. Or whole paycheck shopping.
The Rodin Museum
The Rodin Musee is GORGEOUS. Try to visit on a sunny day so you can walk the grounds. It's a mini-Versailles right in the middle of Paris. And there's a cafe in the garden.
The Musee D'Orsay
I love this museum. I would easily spend hours in there just wandering around. The restaurants are delish too... so I could potentially move in and call it a day. If you're looking for the ultimate Instagram, head up to the top floor and through the impressionist exhibit to get the clock shot.
Le Grand Colbert
There are thousands of fab restaurants in Paris but this is my favorite. I love the ambiance. It's iconic Paris right out of the 20s. And the roast chicken and fries is TO.DIE. And get the profiteroles for dessert. You really can't go wrong. (BTW, this is the restaurant in the Something's Gotta Give. Diane Keaton knows what she's talking about.)