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Best way to travel between Heathrow and Paris

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We have a flight scheduled to Heathrow arriving at 8 AM. We have changed our plans since booking the trip and have now decided to go to Paris for a few days before heading out to tour England and Ireland. We're trying to decide if it would be easier to fly to Paris having to change terminals at Heathrow and re-check bags and then get into Paris from CDG or maneuver through London to St. Pancras and take Eurostar to Gare du Nord. We know that we will probably be exhausted as it will be around 3 AM on our bodies and we are in our 60's. Although we would like to see the countryside from the train, we figure we may just end up falling asleep and miss everything anyway. We plan on returning to London on the train when we are more rested. Price is pretty comparable so that's not an issue. Which would be easier and less stressful for us to accomplish?

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