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From CDG: Preference for Air France bus or RER B?

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Weighing the pros and cons of each service from CDG to the 15th Arrondisement, Dupleix metro stop.
Air France bus: described as comfy, air-conditioned, and would deposit me at the Place de l'Etoile metro stop, from where I can catch Line 6, for 16.50 pp. I am surmising that this is more scenic than RER B?

RER B: from CDG I'd transfer at Denfert Rochereau to Line 6. I'm assuming that the route is primarily underground? Articles I've read complain about the difficulty of navigating RER with baggage (in my case a modest amount). Cheaper than the Air France bus.

Any thoughts?

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