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PARIS and ROME

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Hello again everyone,

I am going to Paris and Rome in the first and second week of October.
So basically, about 4 nights in each city.

In Paris, I will be staying in a hotel which is approximately 10mins walk to the Eiffel tower and about 15mins to the train station. I would like to see these following attractions if possible during my stay. However, I need your help to plan my itinerary in order to save time and money as well.
-eiffel tower
-the louvre
-notre dame cathedral
-arc de triomphe
-musee d'orsay
-sainte-chapelle
-monmartre
-pantheon
-holy chapel
-montparnasse tower
-luxembourg gardens
-place de la concorde
-alexander bridge
-hotel des invalides
-river cruise
-champs-elysees (any other recommendations? I am not too familiar with everything)

In Rome, I will be staying in a hotel which is just 10mins walk from the Vatican and also close to Metro.
-Vatican museum
-sistine chapel
-Colosseum
-trevi fountain
-arch of constantine
-st peter's basilica
-castel sant'angelo
-the pantheon
-piazza venezia
-palatine hill and museum
-galleria borghese
-spanish steps
-piazza di spagna and navona...
I am also planning to purchase the Roma pass. I don't know if that's a good idea or not.

My budget is $100 each day. This will include food, transportation, attractions and souvenirs. I don't mind walking a lot. I just need help to put these in order for me in order to save time and money for my trip.Also which attractions should I pre-book in order to save time queuing.

This is going to be my first trip ever so I wanted to make sure that everything's gonna be okay.
Thank you everyone.

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