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Neighborhood around Paris' Rome Metro Station

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My cousin has a two day stay in Paris planned. This is her first trip and her plans are to see several of the major sights: Notre Dame, Opera, Orangerie, Rodin Museum, and Eiffel Tower. She has already booked the Hotel Astoria at 42 rue de Moscou. Believe the Rome metro station is the closest to her hotel. I'm not familiar with that neighborhood and am a bit concerned that the Rome station doesn't have very convenient connections for her. Would appreciate any comments you might have of the area and the metro connections. Thanks.

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