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Paris - 1 day Layover

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My coworker and I have a 1 day layover in Paris. Our flight arrives around 9:30AM next Thursday and we do not fly out until Friday at 10:55AM. Does anyone have a recommendation for a reasonably priced hotel near CDG aiport (around $100 USD)? We will not be spending much time there so don't need a fancy hotel, however we also don't want it to be a really bad place.

The top 3 things on our list are the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dome and the Arc De Triomphe (hopefully will have time to do some shopping there as well). Neither of us are big into art so with the limited amount of time there, standing in lines for the Louvre is not high on our list. Any other must-sees? Would anyone recommend the open double decker bus tours as a way of seeing multiple sights in the short amount of time we have?

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