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Layover - Charles DeGaulle

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Hey guys I was looking for some advice on leaving Charles DeGaulle and visiting Paris during layovers...
So I have a 9 hour and 20 minutes layover at Charles DeGaulle on my way to Israel in June.
My flight arrives there on the 9th at 2:10 pm (hopefully) and it leaves to TelAviv at 11:30 pm on that same day...
On the way back, I arrive at Charles DeGaulle around 9:40 pm and leave at 1:30 pm on the following day..
I was wondering if anyone has ever left the airport during a 9 hour layover and had time to visit the city..
I was thinking taking the R&R B to Notre Dame and maybe taking a bus along the Siene and stretching to Eiffel Tower then doing the same thing back to Notre Dame to take the R&R.
It looks like it might take 3 hours to go through customs and get to Paris then 3 hours back.... so I might only have 3 hours in Paris.. If so I would just visit Notre Dame and walk around for a while... eat some good cheese and wine...
Have you guys ever had a similar experience?
What about the night time? Has anyone here ever left the airport to enjoy the night in Paris?
Let me know! Thank you so much

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