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How to Spend 2 Hours in Paris with Luggage. =P

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We will be in Paris for 5 full days. On the 6th day, we have a flight to Italy that leaves Orly at 2:30 in the afternoon.

I had hoped to keep our apartment until noon; however, we have to be out at 10:00 as other renters are coming that day, and we cannot keep our luggage there.

We will be close to the St. Michel metro and plan to take the RER C to Orly.

Is there luggage storage at the Metro station?

Any suggestions on what to do with this awkward amount of time? I really don't want to spend extra time in the airport.

Also, what time should we leave the St. Michel station to be at Orly by 12:30 (Easy Jet website says to arrive 2 hours before a flight). I've read it takes about 30 minutes on the RER C. Is this correct?

Thank you all again for the great responses I'm sure to receive!

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