Greetings fellow travelers.
Am going to Paris on April and would like some assistance planning our trip.
We will have 6 full days and night to spent in France and this is the plan. We're staying in Torcy, France close to the RER, therefore we will be commuting practically everyday to Paris. I would like to have some suggestions on the "Navigo" card. For what I have read its good for both the trains and rails.
Am going with some friends to celebrated their 40 anniversary and am sort of their "guide". The plan is to take the Hop Off/On Bus to see the city and afterward we may take the boat cruise. They would like to see the Mona Lisa so we will stop briefly at the Louvre.
Another thing they are looking forward to is The Eiffel Tower and The Arch. They want to go up the tower, so very likely I would go to the Orangery Museum and or D' Orsay while they go up the tower I will go up the Arch with them. Are they other museums that may be of interest to me. I love love the Impressionist Era (yeah, I know...cliché) so suggestions are deeply appreciated.
The couple would like to go and see Mont St. Michel and maybe the D Day Beaches and I, Monet's Gardens in Giverny. Please share any ideas on bus tours. Would it be better if we catch a train and stay overnight? How far are the "Castle" from the Beaches. How easy or hard is to get a car rental and drive in France?
Somewhere, I have to book a "date" night for them. He would like to go to a Jazz Club, any suggestions. Also, need suggestions on fun and exciting places to eat. She looked up a place called "Ground Control" is recommendable? What's the best to try out? and last but not least. I want to go to check out "Amelie" filming locations (hey I did said am very cliché), could you share how easy would be to get there? I was in Paris on 2017 for a whole 2 day and stayed on Montmartre but completely missed it. Oh! and did I mention that they both want to go to Disney Village, (we're from Florida and they are former cast members).
I know is a lot to pack on 6 days but they want to make it the trip of a lifetime.
Thank you in advance for any assistance you may provide!