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вторник, 24 января 2012 г.

Champs Elysées, Paris. A voyage to Paris, France, West Europe.

No trip to Paris is complete without strolling this broad, tree-shaded avenue lined with luxury shops. Named for the Elysian Fields (‘heaven’ in Greek mythology), the Champs-Élysées was laid out in the 17th century and is part of the axe historique, linking place de la Concorde with the Arc de Triomphe. It's where presidents and soldiers strut their stuff on Bastille Day, where the Tour de France holds its final sprint, and where Paris turns out for organised and impromptu celebrations.

No doubt, these are the Champs Elysées and we never tire of us say. The saying is the same formula to avoid repetition of stories in the comments when it comes to relationships, the holiday lights, opening a luxury boutique and even the actions of pickpockets who know that the best portfolios filled parade in Paris! So what about the reality if we do not just proclaim itself. Certainly, certainly, there is the Arc de Triomphe and the whole perspective of the avenue, but it can not be satisfied.
Nothing better to learn than to practice the technique of mystery shopper, as the company regularly Presence Mystery Shopping Best Practices experimenting hospitality, service and everything that makes the charm of shopping in a city renowned . Tops of the 30 main avenues in the world and 400 outlets visited, Orchard Road in Singapore, quality care and cleanliness of its streets (Canebière be surprised that in the rankings!) . Followed by Luxembourg and Amsterdam. Dead last, Geneva (!), While the Swiss are great giving lessons, Hong Kong and Mumbai.
In Sydney, on George Street , passersby start in 4 to inform the tourists lost and, to their credit, the Parisians willing to act even on the Champs Elysées. But in Paris, in shops it is spoiled. S'agacent willing sellers and 30% talk to each other superbly ignoring the customer. What is in Paris to occupy the 16th place in the middle of the table. But Marion Cotillard as claimed by contacting Russell Crowe in the movie "A Good Year" by Ridley Scott is going on in Provence: "I remind you that here in France, the customer is always wrong!"

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