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Roissybus to our hotel a possibility?

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My mom and I will be staying at the Park Hyatt Vendome. We will each have one rolling bag and a carry-on (backpack for me, and I believe my mom's attaches to her larger bag's handle). I am debating whether the two of us should take the Roissybus for 10 euro pp or go with Shuttle-Inter which I believe is 55 euro total. I've done Shuttle-Inter before with my husband and we really liked it, but that was to a different hotel location. Knowing the Roissybus drops off at the Opera, I am considering taking that to save 35 euro. I'm just unsure of how much walking we'll be up to doing with our bags... and my mom is 64 years young. We're flying in from Heathrow so won't be jetlagged or anything.

Do you think the Roissybus is a good option for us or should we just stick with the shuttle?

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