Mercure Paris Terminus Nord
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... that we went to the Eiffel Tower and brought a huge picnic for Gabby's Birthday.
Chocolate (Dark and White)
Ahhhhh so delicious!!!!
Perfect way to spend a 19th birthday and the sun was shining! we then headed up the Eiffel Tower!! Bit of a leg workout!
The view was awesome!! Afterwards Gabby and I watched it light up ...
... to cruise, we crashed. We were in a zombie state. Finally we got off the boat and back on the bikes to head back to headquarters. Up until this point I had been amazed at how comfortable the bike ride had been, it hurt getting back on! Slowly but surely we made it back to headquarters and then walked back to our hotels where we finally got to sleep at 1am. What an exhausting day. Tomorrow we pick up the car and head out to where the wedding is in a town called Montfort ...
... 45 minutes at the tabac (where I felt safer) then decided I had to find wi-fi somewhere. I felt absolutely awful because I knew Joris was looking for me and probably worried that something had gone wrong. The gentleman told me that just outside of the station there was a McDonald's (thank you America!) that has wi-fi. I left and thanked him for his help. Eventually found the McDonald's and saw the messages from Joris, who was ...
... full-blossom, and the grass was greener and more lush than we'd ever seen, and the ideal weather conditions only enhanced the experience. Many Parisians were enjoying the gardens today, including groups of school children on field trips. We strolled through the western side of the park until reaching the l'Orangerie, which houses and nurtures over two hundred plant tubs containing oleanders, orange, pomegranate and palm trees. Most of ...
Unfortunately today was Inea's last day of being with us, and she had to leave early. So what I'll say is that I was sad to see her leave, and so was everyone else. She came to the Chinese church to say goodbye before her train. We all got to pray for ...