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Paris Pass and Transportation for family with young kids - 6 days

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We will be in Paris for six days (May 10-15) with my mother-in-law and four children ranging in age from 6-11. We are staying at the Paris Hilton la Defense so I realize we are not exactly centrally located (when you can cash in points, that's the way it is!).

Here are a few of the things we would like to see when we are there: Louvre, Notre Dam, Eiffel Tower, Sacré-Coeur, Orsay Museum, day trip to Versailles. We also know that we need to find a couple of places that have gluten free treats - Helmut Newcake and Laudree (for macaroons) are two on our list. We suspect we will also want to find some organic markets in hopes that they carry some gluten free breads, etc. as well.

We want to understand if we should purchase the Paris Pass or the Museum Pass? We also are interested in finding out if we can purchase a weeklong pass for transportation while we are there? If we do not purchase a Paris Pass or similar card, are there ways to purchase tickets in advance online? We did hear from someone who visited with children that it was nice to not stand in line, but I do not know how busy it will be when we are there in May.

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