The Champs-Élysées have regained their liveliness.
A few weeks ago, the most beautiful avenue in the world was a dull plain.
If tourists have not returned en masse since May 19, Ile-de-France residents have found their way back to its shops, restaurants and cinemas.
With such a desire to have fun that they are ready to queue in the morning and during the week in front of the most popular stores, such as Nike.
These executives who, thanks to teleworking, have moved to the countryside far from the big cities
The Champs-Élysées are no exception.
After the third confinement, the whole of France woke up with a fever of consumption.
"I want to buy, to buy more, to have fun,"
confides a passer-by on the Avenue de l'Opéra, her arms loaded with parcels.
The beautiful days have returned, the virus is ebbing, stimulating the desire to go out, to go to a restaurant, to go on vacation or to renew your wardrobe.
For professionals closed for long months, the extent of the recovery since May 19 is a good surprise.
It exceeds the rebound observed after the first
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