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Help With Day Itinerary-- RER C to Versailles & Monet's House

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Can someone give me instructions on how to take the RER C to Versailles from the Musee D'Orsay to Versailles, and then on to Giverny for Monet's House.

Background --- for years I've stayed near Neuilly Porte Maillot, and I've always taken the RER C from that station, changed platforms at Champs de Mars (and each time I get super lost) in order to take the train to Versailles.

This year, I'd like to take it straight from the Musee D'Orsay. I'd also like to know if it's possible to have enough time to do Monet's House after Versailles. We only plan on a half day at Versailles since we've been there before.

I've googled a bunch of websites but they all kind of just say, take the RER to Versailles Rive Gauche. Is there a train change/platform change anywhere? My confusion comes from the fact that I've been doing it "wrong" for years.

Thanks!!

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