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At the moment of their departure, Ro returns to the hotel to look for her Toulouse-Lautrec placemats. During this time, Carmela takes a short evening walk. After having looked at the statue above the Guerlain window display, she turns around and observes the lit-up Eiffel Tower that she can see from the intersection of rue Lincoln and the Champs-Elysées. In reality, this view isn’t possible. However, the boutique is very real. It has been on this spot since 1914, the date it moved into this building conceived by the same architect as the Paris Ritz and the London Carlton.