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One Romantic Day in Paris

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My husband and I will have one day in Paris (after having been in France/Italy with his family, and before he leaves and my family arrives). It will be Monday the 23rd of July. We are not interested in doing any of the big tourist attractions as we've been to Paris several times before.

What I'm hoping for are some ideas for a lovely romantic day. I'm thinking a picnic somewhere would be great. We also love sitting at a cafe and watching the world go by. We also like offbeat art. We're both cyclists so if there was something that involved cycling that would be cool - but not necessary.

I'm not a wing it kind of person - I'd rather have a good starting plan and then take the day as it comes. So if we're doing a picnic, knowing where we will procure our picnic goods (a great market?) and where we plan to picnic are important.

We won't be doing anything super early as my husband is not a morning person! We also want to have a romantic dinner, but as I have a train at 7 and he has a plane at 9:30am it won't be a big night.

We are staying at Hotel Relais Saint Sulpice in the 6th.

Thanks in advance!

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