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Correspondance from RER to metro ligne 4 or 5 at Gare du Nord

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Hello , I wish to give directions as clear as I can to my grandson going to París , he has to meet us at Hotel le Robinet d'or, he is arriving at Charles de Gaule Airport. He has to take the RER B.
Get off @ Gare du Nord , and then switch to the Metro ligne 4 or 5 for one stop, to Gare de l'Est exiting through Exit Rue du Faubourgh St Michel. (As Per., the hotel instructions)
Can anyone familiar with the RER ligne B tell me if it is easy to switch to the metro?
Is the metro on an upper level than RER?
also is it easy to get the RER @charles de Gaulle. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you

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