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Should I buy a metro pass?

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So arriving at CDG. Will be taking the train from CDG to Gare du Nord. From there, our hotel is right next to Gare Est. We plan on storing our luggage at Nord, then hopping on the metro as follows:

Walking across to Gare Est and catching the 7 to the Louve. Sight see there, not going to go into the musuem...just walk around outside and the surrounding areas.

Walk to go check out Champs-Élysées. Then head back to the Concorde station, grab the 8 one stop south to Invalides and then take the C line to Champ de Mars.

By that time, start making my way back through the various lines back to Nord to pick up my luggage, check into the hotel next to Est and freshen up.

Then grab the 4 Line to go check out Montparnasse, hopefully around dusk and catch the city just as it's starting light up. What to do after that point is really up in the air..any suggestions :-D

The following day, I will be taking the C line down to Versailles to spend the day down there. And then of course come back the same way at the end of the day.

Following morning, taking the train directly from Gare Est, out to Frankfurt.

So I'm wondering if there is like a day pass I can buy or is a "general" ticket good to get around the metro area with.

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