On our way to the Musee de la Carnavelet (which was closed "extraordinaire" when we got there) we stopped at Le Sevigne near Parc Royal and Square George Cain for espresso and cafe au lait, served with d'eau in those little glasses. Even before we arrived at this charming cafe we saw the signs of Spring--particularly the herald of spring: forsithia.
Then in Square Georges Cain, among ruins from the Tuileries Palace, we saw the planted beds of flowers:
As we walked further into the Marais, we passed this oriel structure, built in the seventeenth century so members of the household could watch passersby from above:
Finally, we could see St. Paul-St. Louis on Rue St. Antoine in the distance:
Inside, after I don't know how many visits and attempts, I think I finally took a good picture of Delacroix's Christ in the Garden of Olives: