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Stay up or take a nap?

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We are arriving at CDG at 8:30 in the morning and will be able to get into our apartment right away. At first I was planning on staying awake and getting out and about, trying to stay awake until 9:00 or so that first night. Then I read a couple of articles that said it would be better to take a nap. Yesterday I saw a piece in the Fodor's weekly newletter that advocated staying awake.

So now I'm confused and decided to ask what works best for all of you. We're coming from Atlanta and our traveling companion is coming from California if that impacts your answer.

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