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Shuttle Service in Paris

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We will be arriving in Paris CDG at around 11:30am after an International flight from LAX with luggage. We need to get ourselves over to Gare St Lazar so we can take the train to Rouen.

Paris Shuttle has said we need to allow 4 hours between the arrival time of our plane and the departure time of our train to Rouen if we use a "SHARED Shuttle". They have not quoted me a price yet. I did also ask them to quote me the price of a PRIVATE shuttle, so hopefully we would not be "wasting 4 hours in transition.

What are our other options? We don't want to take the Metro from CDG due to fatigue and luggage.
Does anyone have any idea the cost of a Taxi from CDG to St Lazar?

Any other suggestions?

Thanks so much everyone. I love THIS FORUM. :)

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