Tourists aren't exactly flocking to the financially-iffy EuroDisney theme park, but could they succumb to the allure of . . . Disneyland Paris? So goes the thinking of EuroDisney officials, who said today they hoped the new moniker would draw tourists visiting the French capital to the site, just 45 minutes by train. A Disney spokesman laid the plan bare: "We want to build more on the obvious synergy between Paris and Disneyland."