Some of the places we went to were really cool and we found it pretty easy to fit into a 3 day trip. When I was searching for places beforehand I didn't find it the easiest because information was so scattered and to be honest most places weren't affordable if you wanted an quick overall experience of the capital.
Since we flew to Paris I thought it would be a good idea to take a cab from the airport to the hotel but boyyy was I wrong. If you're going by plane if you haven't got a lot of luggage and you're not going super far (so in central-ish Paris) take the train, trust me the price difference is huge and not worth it because it's between 10-20 euros just to get out of the airport depending on your driver.
When we got to the hotel after a bit of walking, no thanks to our cab driver, it was time to plan the rest of our day.
We stayed in Hotel ibis Paris Berthier, Porte de Clichy for the weekend.
1. Quick, Porte de Clichy
A fast food restaurant pretty much opposite Port de Clichy station that is a mix between McDonalds and Burger King, more to the Burger King side though.
I'm not really a pastry person but if I was I would go here. When you go into any food shop and it doesn't smell of good food then that's not the place to be, but this place smelt so fresh that it's definitely a place to visit if your in the area.
3. Jeff de Bruges, Paris Levis
The ice cream here is incredible and it was the only place I have ever seen biscuit ice cream. Due to my enthusiasm you may be able to tell that I liked it a lot. It was love at first scoop.
The parts of this park that we saw wasn't that different to any park I've been to in London but along my research finds I saw that it had wifi. I was pretty impressed to find a park with wifi so I had to go and check it out. To be totally honest the wifi wasn't as strong as I thought it would be maybe it was where I was sitting or my phone in general, so don't take my word for it.
Oh yeh and we met a dog called Barry. He was unbelievably cute!!!