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I have read several different posts concerning transportation in Paris and are still a little confused. Thought I would give our itinerary and hope for some valuable advice. We are arriving at Charles Des Gaulle on a Sunday morning and traveling to our hotel (Hotel Britannique-1st arrondisement). During our 4 day stay, we plan to see several of the sights for first time Paris visitors and hope to visit Versailles at some point (something I have always wanted to do). Thursday morning, we leave by way of Orly early in the morning (very early). Not sure if we should buy the Paris Visite pass or just pay by trip. Any suggestions?

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