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... Bastille Day they still had all the seating set up from the celebrations the day before.
We then headed down the Champs-Élysées, a street filled with cafés, luxury specialty shops and clipped chestnut trees, it is said to be one of the world's most famous streets, and one of the most expensive strips of real estate in the world. Other monuments on the street, besides the Arc de Triomphe, are the Place de la Concorde, and the ...
... all around the circle. The circle area in the center is dominated with perfume counters like Dior, Givenchy and Yves St. Laurent. The center is then open to the magnificent dome five stories in the air. Around the center circle on every level are shops. However, there are no walls and doors. The whole thing is open and flows one shop area into another. Each shop is distinguished by their own signs and merchandise. Chanel and Dior, Guccci ...
... parking skills and have a quick horn honking reflex!
Our neighbourhood is quiet and clean. There are many open green spaces, gardens and tree-lined walkways. The deciduous trees are pruned in the shapes of rectangles and since they are planted quite close to one another, they give the appearance of being one long leafy canopy as you walk down the street. There are large lilac trees in bloom, adding a lovely fragrance to ...
... Latin Quarter, only to have no host in sight! We waited a while and then tried to find a phone booth to call him but couldnt find any. We came across a pub and although they didnt speak english we managed to communicate our situation to them and they kindly phoned Simon for us. He came down to meet us and we had a drink there together. He was very apologetic, he thought he had already given ...
... want (well like Lilla did) and if you have room left after eating the filling, eat the bread! Yum, yum, yum - and from €7. We then went to dinner around the corner from the hotel. The waiter was a "little" surly and kept referring to us as "Skippy".
Sunday - Teeva and the girls came to pick us up from the hotel and we went to Versailles! Even though Teeva had booked tickets for 10am, we rocked up just after and had to join a 20-30min queue! ...
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