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Thoughts on particular seats at the Palais Garnier?

We have tickets for the ballet L'Histoire de Manon at the Palais Garnier in May. I'm very excited to see the gorgeous building and, of course, the ballet. One question: does anyone know where the orchestra seats 401 and 403 are? Basically I'm just wondering if they are more toward the center of the orchestra section or off on the side. I've read all the threads on the forum about Garnier seating, so I know the orchestra section is only about 12 rows or so. But I don't want to get my hopes up for some awesome seats and then be at the very end, which would totally be fine, I'm just trying to calibrate expectations. :-) Many, many thanks for any advice you can provide!

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