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Bus Locations, additional info for France
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I found a good deal for a nice hotel in Noisy-le-Grand. It is around 12 miles from Paris. We want to spend most of our time in Paris. How difficult would it be to get to and from Paris? I have heard that taxis are quite expensive and that buses are quite economical. Would I be able to conveniantly bus from one to the other? How long would the bus ride take?

I’ll take any tips and advice.

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I am leaving from Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA and traveling for 13 days
London, Paris, Salzburg, Venice, Rome, Prague
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I found this: http://www.fodors.co… How easy/convenient will depend how close your lodging is to the transports mentioned.

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RER (regional light rail that runs underneath the subway in central Paris) would be best. Depending on surface traffic conditions, it’s usually fastest and relatively cheap. It’s also easier to navigate than buses.