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Buying a weekly metro ticket at CDG

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My wife and I are spending 6 nights in Paris starting from the 14th May. We don't have any transfers organised and I'm thinking about buying the weekly ticket at the airport. Our hotel is the Adagio Access Vanves Porte de Versailles, Vanves. I've had a look at the Paris metro map and I think we're fortunate enough to be pretty close to a metro stop. My question is, is it simple enough to buy the weekly ticket from CDG and should i go for outer zone one that costs more. I am of the opinion that I should, as our hotel is a little way out of Central Paris, about 8km max i think, Eiffel Tower is 4km in a straight line from what I can tell. Slightly anxious in case you can't tell, first time to Paris.

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