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Travel tips in France - car rental vs RER vs Taxi

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We will be arriving in CDG early (7:30am) and need to be in Normandy area for 4 days. Then back in Paris to stay near Notre Dame for 5 nights before heading back to the states. We would like to be able to drive while in Normandy, but not in Paris. We plan on picking up a rental car at CDG a/p, drive to Normandy, return the car to the a/p, take either the RER or a taxi to Notre Dame. Is this the best way of getting around for this itinerary? How easy or difficult is it to return the rental car at the a/p and get a taxi or get to the train station to Paris? Is it better to pick up & return the rental car outside of Paris, and where would that be? And how would we get from the a/p to there? Please help!

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