Mercure Paris La Defense 5
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... rows of townhouses. We got a bottle of chilled rose wine, a baguette, 2 kinds of salami and 2 kinds of cheese, all from different places again. I love the little specialty shops, and stopping in to just get a few things is fun. The wine got us a bit sentimental as we reminisced about this past month and the absolutely amazing vacation we've had. Even though we have to leave by 7 tomorrow morning we decided to take one more trip to the Eiffel Tower to see it from a different ...
... to illustrate their never-ending love. If lovers decide to part, they must find the key to unlock the lock, which is impossible. Therefore, if a couple decides to put their lock on the bridge, it is forever. Who knows how long this will continue though. Alessandro explained that a part of the bridge collapsed due to the weight of the locks, which makes the locks a safety hazard. Other countries have had to ban locks for similar reasons.
... Le Presley, which was great. It was a local place, and the food was good and the service was better. It was nice to go to a place where Parisians go for lunch. We then walked to find the bus tour. It wasn't too hard, and I bought an umbrella since there was a chance of rain, and we almost thought we were going to miss the bus, so I ran. All was okay, so we boarded, and off we went.
It took about 45 minutes to get to Versailles, and they dropped us ...
... with Rianne and Jeffrey. It was a lovely evening with awesome soup, baguette, salad and Dutch butter cookies. We had a hard time deciding whether to watch Factory Girl, A Good Year or Wilde, so Tijs and Jeffrey had to do in-depth synopsis summaries to help us decide. We chose A Good Year, but not because Russell Crowe is Aussie, or because it is set in France, but because it looked nice and uplifting. I hope I’ll be able to visit my new friends in ...
... much like a smaller version of the other palace, without as much detail. Barely any paintings on the ceilings. A little bit more plain. The gardens were just as lovely, I could've strolled around them for days. Walked back to the other gardens for the fountain show. This was just then turning on all the fountains. But still pretty. Trained it back to our hotel and ordered take away cuz we were too lazy to find somewhere to ...