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Chateau de Malmaison OR Auvers Suroise?

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We are taking a Seine River cruise this summer. On one of the days, we have our choice of tours: Chateau de Malmaison or Auvers Suroise. I would really love to see both, and was thinking of going to Van Gogh's Auvers Suroise with the tour (since it appears to be farther from Paris central) and maybe going to Napoleon's Chateau de Malmaison on our own in our three extra days in Paris. BUT, we were also thinking that perhaps our "extra days" would be better spent in Paris, so that leaves us again with making a choice. We will be seeing Monet's Giverney, so that could possibly satisfy the "art" aspect for us!

For those who have been to either or both, which would you recommend?

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