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Last Paris itinerary..... I promise

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After all the great advice I’ve received from all you experienced travelers and all my reading and research, here is what I’ve come up with for our Paris itinerary. I would love to get your impressions and opinions. I realize if it rains, there will have to be adjustments. Hoping it won’t. Any big gliches that you can see? Thanks so much for taking the time.

Wed. Arrive 9:45
Catch a cab (preferably one that takes credit cards)
Staying at Hotel Bosquet in the 7th
Get euros, carnet of tickets
Pick up lunch at Rue Cler
Picnic at Champs de Mars Park
Walk over to Musee Rodin (open late on Wed)
Buy 2-day museum pass but won’t use it until Thurs and Fri
Dinner near hotel
Early to bed

Thurs.
Early to Sacre Coeur to avoid lines
Possibly do Rick Steves Historic Paris Walk, taking in all the sites in the area (Notre Dame, etc)
Evening - D’Orsay. Open late -- hoping to have dinner there.

Fri.
Use second day of Museum Pass at Versailles

Sat.
11:30 Opera Garnier tour
Galleries Lafayette department store
Angelina’s Tearoom
Musee de L’Orangerie
Dinner at Le Souffle

Sun
Morning: Pere Lachaise Cemetery
2:30 Paris Walks Marais
L’ As du Falafel
Evening: Luxembourg Gardens??

Mon.
Train to Bayeux

Tues
D-Day Tour
Return to Paris in the evening

Wed.
Giverny - take early train (already have tickets to Monet’s home and garden)
Evening: Montmartre
Vedettes du Pont Neuf river cruise (already have tickets)

Thurs.
Train to Avignon
I will be back with this portion of the itinerary.

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