The Hop On Hop Off bus around Paris has 4 routes. A map that comes with the Paris PassLib' package will show the routes with distinct colors. There is the red, the blue, the green, and the yellow route. We rode on the red route through Montmartre,Opéra, Grande Boulevards, Gare du Nord, and Gare du l'est, then we connected to the blue route to reach Rue Rivoli. We got off the bus at the Louvre Museum to spend about 5 hours there. These photos include a Morris Column, an arch at Port Saint Denis, Opéra Garnier, Godiva Chocolate Shop next to a French boutique shop, La Cure Gourmand, and a statue of a French revolutionary officer.
La Cure Gourmand is not a rival to Godiva Chocolate Shop, although they also sell chocolates because they focus on biscuits, cookies, pastries, and Madeleines. Every thing is made by their own hands and sold internationally. I believe that they offer free shipping with orders of 40 euros or more.
The statue of Louis Desaix can be found on the north facade of the Pavilion Rohan which is a wing of the Louvre Palace or museum. He was a captain who eventually became a general who became aquainted with Napoleon Bonaparte in Italy.
Morris Columns can be found throughout Germany and France. They were invented in Germany but in France, they are called Collone Morris because Gabriel Morris held an advertising concession with the columns when they were first introduced to Paris. Sometimes you can watch the posted advertising rotating inside the columns