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Paris Visite pass

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We are an upcoming trip to Paris. We will be there 6 nights and plan to go to Versailles, Giverney, and Disneyland Paris in addition to sites in the city. We arrive on a Monday morning and leave on the following Sunday.

Our hotel is 15 minutes from Notre Dame (an hour from the Eiffel Tower), so some of the in-city sites will be walkable.

I am wondering if it would make sense to buy the Paris Visite and start using it on Tuesday (walk to things on Monday).
http://www.pariswelcome.net/metro/paris_visite.htm

Questions:
1. One of the pass choices includes suburbs. Would that cover Versailles, Giverney, and Disneyland?
2. Does it make any sense to try to take the train to the airport? (If so, we would not use the pass until Wednesday to make the 5 days work.) We are considering booking a shuttle both ways, but haven't done it yet.
3. Any pros or cons that I might overlook?

I am thinking the convenience of the pass would make it worthwhile even if there was little cost savings or if it cost just a little more than buying tickets. Sometimes it is confusing to buy individual tickets multiple times when your language skills are rusty.

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