Thank you so much Dannah for this comments which allow/help me to clarify some information for future guests.
- For avoidance of doubts, fortunately there’s not only one train, but one main line of trains (+many buses +another train if needed) that brings me home every day: 1 train every 15 min, from 5:20am to 00:34am to go to Paris, and from 5:38am to 1:10am to come back from Paris.
- I work in Paris city center and I go there with public transportation. It takes exactly 10min walking (max) + 13min to join “Magenta” (also called “Gare du Nord”) / or 17min to join “Haussmann Saint-Lazare”. It means 27min max to reach Paris center. From these 2 stations, you can effectively switch trains to reach every places of interest. It works like in London or Barcelona /ex. I always provide my guests with Paris metro map, even if it can be asked for free, anywhere.
- There are 10 restaurants (+150 shops, including Carrefour) in the mall Dannah mentioned (and not only Burger King, my sweets and sodas), one quite good indian and a pizza restaurant in my own street (as well as a minimarket and an excellent bakery), a chinese restaurant and sea food at 5min walking from home… All are (very) good, nevertheless if I was visitor, I’d have dinner in Paris itself before I come back! I can advise you wonderful places!
To finish with, the nearest airport is Paris Charles de Gaulle (+/-20min and +/-30€ with a taxi). If you arrive at Orly airport, an accommodation in the south of Paris may be preferable, even if my apartment is reachable within +/-45min and +/- 50€ with a taxi.
In any case, please let me know your needs so that I can help you the best I can.