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Carte Sesame & the Louvre

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We are planning an 8 day trip to Paris centered on the Louvre, with plans to go there three times for three separate visits. We understand that there are "skip the lines" tickets for Louvre trips and reportedly for other sites (not concerned about the Louvre, tho).

Can we use the Museum Pass more than once at the same museum, as long as it is still active for the second or third date?

How about the joint ticket for Orsay & Orangerie?

Clever name for the ticket service.

Yes we are confused!

The Louvre site does not mention Cafe Marly as one of its restaurants, altho we find recent reviews on the Richelieu wing spot. Sounds like a great place to break up one of our tours for lunch with such great views.

Hubby is taking me for a wonderful "April in Paris"!

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