New Hotel Candide
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... 5 layers of clothing, it can get pretty toasty pretty quick. Printemps especially feels more like middle of summer than its name sake, Spring. Kylie checked out the Louis Vitton stores, and I wandered around looking at watches. In my case, with no real desire to buy anything - more just to wonder how people can ever justify spending that sort of coin on a watch! Plenty of fancy stuff, and Kylie is no closer to choosing what she wants to buy. I did find a ...
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... structure, didn't go up to the top....queue to long, even that time of the morning. Walked down the Champs-Elysees, taking in the impressive shops, arcades and thinking of the history of this famous promenade. Stop about half way and had a coffee......should I say an 8 euro coffee !! Ended at Place de la Concorde then walked to the Galleria Lafayette, past the Ritz Hotel and the concierge in their impressive uniforms and many perfume ...