Unlike in Jakarta, where the boutiques are located in the modern luxury shopping center, the shops here are occupying old buildings have been renovated interior though. I am quite satisfied eye wash here - because it is not a hobby other than shopping, also no money.Not wrong to Champs Elysses said to be a very beautiful, because in winter the gray was still deliver magical appeal. The combination of the pretty old buildings and trees without leaves make the surrounding scenery looks so classic and elegant.I never want to stop taking pictures. All the buildings look beautiful. This road has existed since the beginning of the 17th century when Marie de Medici decided to extend the Tuileries Garden with an avenue trees. Be Champs Elysees with a beauty that does not fade over the past four centuries. Horse chestnut trees growing on the right side and left the road.When fatigue strikes, I was sitting in one seat available on the roadside. If you want more comfort, cafes serving coffee and bread is widely available on the street, of course, the price is also not cheap.For me, walking tours like this one a lot of advantages. The first one, I can enjoy the scenery and local life more freely. Secondly, I can stop at places that I want, either just to rest the foot, take stock, and take pictures. The latter, of course, because it means walking does not cost for the train or bus.On the Champs Elysees, one building that caught my attention was the Grand Palais and the Petit Palais.
Grand Palais is a museum as well as the exhibition building. This magnificent building was decorated by huge statues at the corners roof. At the bottom of the Grand Palais police headquarters there. Petit Palais are the opposite, with a smaller but no less beautiful.Finished photographing these buildings I proceed to a Ferris wheel. In front of the mill there is an Egyptian obelisk, which was over 3300 years old. The Luxor Obelisk once stood in front of the Temple of Luxor and was awarded to France in 1829. This place has now been renamed Place de la Concorde, the eastern end of the Champs Elysees.From here I live across the park to get to the Musee du Louvre, museum famous for its glass pyramid, to meet with the owner of a mysterious smile: Mona Lisa.