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Paris itinerary ....too much?

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My wife and I are making our first trip to Paris in September. We are the type that like to see the sights but don't spend a lot of time looking at any one thing....we breeze through museums rather fast. We are empty nesters in our 40's.

I am curious in the following general itinerary seems feasible. We are flying business class from Dallas Texas on Friday overnight arriving in Paris Saturday evening and should be well rested.

Sunday-Wander aimlessly and get acquainted with the city, Eiffel Tower in the evening
Monday-Notre Dame and river cruise
Tuesday-Disneyland
Wednesday-early train to London to tour Buckingham and the eye...stay overnight
Thursday-train to Brussels in morning ....spend some time in Brussels and then back to Paris
Friday-fly home.

I understand we won't come close to seeing and doing the many things possible but I am just wondering if this itinerary is too much.

Thanks

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