Mercure Paris La Defense 5
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... journey of self discovery in that city often. The rhythm of life in both cities suits me, and makes me feel part of something bigger. I've missed that feeling. I didn't realize how much. Being able to walk wherever you want to go, or hop on the Metro and discover a whole new universe minutes away are things that just don't exist in Phoenix. Also being surrounded by people. All sorts of people. Speaking French, Spanish, Hindi, German, English... the mix of backgrounds, ...
... few goodies and made our way back to Sarah's place. We began cooking pasta with zucchini and carrot with some red wine too when the Italians returned with another couch surfer. She was from China and had so much energy! I got tired just watching her! Anyway we threw a bit more pasta in the pot and shared it with everyone. To be honest I was feeling a little bit self conscious about sharing my pasta with Italians but they said that they liked it and had ...
Woke up and caught and early train to Disneyland. Once there we went to Walt Disney Studios, and we went in and went straight to Cinemagique, a movie that brings Disney movies to life. After this we went to the Action Stunt Show, which had Lightning McQueen. Then we began the rides, first was the Rock 'n' Roller Coaster with Aerosmith. Then we went ...
... stroll down the River Siene.
The weather was nice, the Paris Plages were a gimmick but cute, and the street performers kept us well entertained. Paris was not love at first sight for Molly, but by this point in the trip it seems like she's starting to appreciate some of the charms of the city.
We stop at Pont des Arts and sign, date, and fasten our lock to the bridge. This is a team effort, and one I wish I had recorded on video. Julia's job ...
... the next night so it would be convenient. The boys could also drop their bikes off there and keep them in the secure room the tour group was using. Eventually she found our room and it was so nice to stay somewhere really really nice! The boys all decide they would put their bikes together then and thought that although the other 3 were staying somewhere else that they could do "Blaxland Road" in the morning. Not sure how ...