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Next I went for a walk on the famous Champs - Élysées, this is the fashion street of Paris. You will see the whole street beautifully decorated and all famous brands occupying a space by the street. Must visit for shopping and getting the feel of the fashion in Paris. The Street will lead you to another famous monument Arc de Triomphe.
Went out for dining to Champs Elysees famous for shopping (Louis Vitton with discounts) & Lido Club keep shining whole night.Had a pasta in local restaurant & oldie localite joined us telling us how girls fool alone men by asking for drink & leave before paying heavy bill..@warning signal...Had a pasta & wine left.Was roaming around saw Lido club with high security & classy cars parked outside.Then seen Louis vitton shop with km long queue of ladies mostly to shop in at discounted prices.We too roaming in local shops checking out prices found them very high for quality as our guide told us.Tip Most of cloth material was imported from India , Bangladesh , china etc... keep eye on prices before buying.Bought a local beret cap as a souvenir from a indian owned shop from New Delhi.Most of small shops owned by indians and bangladeshis in marketplace.Again feel like hungry after roaming in.Rushed to the Mac'd calling us in.Had meal for 10 euros much larger than served in india..large bucket of fries ,burger& coke. Hamburger is also must try.Three of us got a plan to roam the city more.Two of seniors left to hotel.This time royally reached to LoveLock bridge..looking awesome in night...clicking pictures.As we turned ahead a lighting big tower calling us in.Following the road reached to Eiffel Tower.
-the famous Champs-Élysées road
Stroll along the Avenue de Champs-Élysées and indulge in some people watchingThe Avenue de Champs-Élysées road was created in 1670 as part of a project to reconnect the Louvre to the Tuileries Garden by a great road. While it was a space only used by the high society in the early days, today, it is an incredible walking area lined with hotels, cafes, restaurants, souvenir kiosks and high-end luxury stores. Often referred to as the most beautiful boulevard in the world, the avenue is used for all major celebrations, including the famous Bastille Day military parade. Walk along the 2km-long road and take in everyday Paris life.
Another no brainer, free to go to the centre if you can find the secret underground entrances which took us a bit to find even though they are rather obvious. Also fancy macaron place down the road.
You shop till you drop.
The poshest part of the poshest city of the world. Read about it in Guy de maupassant’s The Gift of the Magi when I was in 9th standard. Just setting foot on it and taking a walk looking at the windows that had all the famous international brands was an experience that I will never forget.
4. All The Way Up The Champs Elysees for fabulous shopping
This is the most posh district and shopping here is pretty much impossible. You buy one thing and there goes your month's paycheck. All we saw was Jimmy Choo, Roberto Cavalli, Dior, Versace, Yves Saint Laurent and fifty thousand other European designers I have never heard of. I wouldn't be surprised if each of these Roberto Cavalli dressed cost 20 grand a pop