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2 Days in Paris or just skip it?

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I will be traveling through Europe in April and May, starting in London then moving to Rome. I was thinking that I could take the 7am Eurostar train from London to Paris, arriving at 10am then have the rest of that day and the next to see Paris. I want to see the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame, the outside of the Louvre, and a show at Moulin Rouge. Then I would fly to Rome the next morning.

Would you suggest doing what I mentioned above or to skip Paris and use those 2 days in London and Rome? I keep going back and forth between the two. On one hand having an extra day in both London and Rome would be nice, but on the other hand do I really want to skip Paris? Because it is PARIS! Seeing the Eiffel Tower is on my bucket list and I keep thinking what if I get back to the states and regret being so close but still not seeing it. It would be cheaper to just fly from London to Rome. The difference in cost would be the $83 for the train to Paris.

Thank you for any help.

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