Champs Elysees

  1. a major avenue in Paris famous for elegant shops and cafes
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  • So, amid glitter of illuminated streets and Champs Elysees, and crackle of fireworks and glad deray, has the first National Assembly vanished; dissolving, as they well say, into blank Time; and is no more. The French Revolution
  • McEwen, whose only other stage victory came on the Champs Elysees in 1999, pulled out of the slipstream of his leading contenders in the final metres in Reims.
  • Approximately 200 West Point cadets will march down the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 14 as part of France's Bastille Day parade.
  • I use the Champs Elysees because of the “concavity” in the long axis of the road Main Street is a hill—I saw somewhere that in pioneer days riding down the hill on trams was free, but you had to pay to go up. Olympic Line (short) closure notice « Stephen Rees's blog
  • That's why so many people are walking along the Champs Elysees, there's no multilane avenues there. Extra Fizz: 36th Dems Oppose Nickerson Bike Improvements « PubliCola
  • The Champs Elysees is one of the most famous streets in the world; line with its cinemas, cafe and luxury specialty shops.
  • In the real tour, 11 circuits of the Champs Elysees are expected to climax in a mass sprint for what has become one of the most prestigious victories in professional cycling.
  • The next day he subtly suggested a shopping spree, he picked out the flimsiest Helmut Lang dresses at Galerie 66 on the Champs Elysees. BritChick Paris: Why Having a French Boyfriend Is Like Living With a Fashion Stylist
  • On 26 August 1944 he walked down the Champs Elysées to the acclamation of a vast crowd, and then went on to Notre Dame, where he stood unmoved when a sudden fusillade broke out inside the cathedral.
  • This last is accomplished by copying a Hausmanian building on the Champs Elysees and creating its replica in a moulded concrete facade.
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