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Exiting Chatalet-Les Halles in Paris - Construction?

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Hello...

We'll be taking RER B from CDG to Chatalet-Les Halles on our way to Hotel de Nice (r. Rivoli across the street from place Baudoyer).

I think I read somewhere that there was construction there...but even if not, finding the right exit has been always a challenge in the past. I tend to get disoriented.

What is your best advice?

Also...would it just be easier to get off at St Michel? The walk seems about the same (15 min or less) and the station is much simpler to navigate and when you exit, it's really easy to orient yourself (because of the river).

NOTE: We only have carry-on rollers, so the walk is easy. No need to suggest a taxi or bus.

Thanks.
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