One of the things I love most about this blog is that often I receive personal emails from readers. Many times they are headed off to Paris for a few days or longer and ask me to recommend places I especially love. I'm very flattered that anyone would ask my opinion, as I feel I'm still scratching the surface in Paris myself. That said, I always suggest the Musée Rodin. What an exquisite, small, intimate museum this is and one than can be done, regardless of the time you have in Paris. I just love the parquet floors that squeak when you walk across them and the gorgeous old mirrors and chandeliers and the old shuttered windows that open to the manicured gardens below. The works of Rodin and Claudel are showcased so beautifully here. In addition, you will find the work of other artists that were in Rodin's private collection. Don't miss it in summer or winter.