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What is CASH ONLY in Paris/Bernese Oberland/Fussen/Munich?

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I came across an old thread mentioning that Trummelbach Falls in the Bernese Oberland is CASH ONLY, which led me to wonder if there are any other sites of interest that I should be prepared to have plenty of cash to visit? Places I'll be visiting are:

Supermarche' G20
local pharmacies in the 7th
Eiffel Tower (likely online tickets in advance)
La Fontaine de Mars
Pizza Tina
Creperie Josselin
Catacombs (online tour tickets in advance)
Luxembourg Gardens
Louvre (Museum Pass)
Chez Denise
Notre Dame and Towers
Shopping Saint-Germain des Pres area
Shopping Rue de Rivoli area
Fete de Foraine in the Tuileries
Musee de l'Orangerie (museum pass)
Normandy American Cemetary and Memorial
Sacre' Coeur
Arch de Triomphe (museum pass)
Palais Garnier tour

(will have BO Regional Pass for all trains and lifts)
Trummelbach Falls (I just found out cash only)
Restaurant at the Schoenegg Hotel in Wengen
Wengen Co-op
Bahnhof Restaurant in Kleine Scheidegg
Pfingstegg Toboggan ride
Trotti Bikes at Bort
Alpenruh restaurant in Murren
Ballenberg Open Air Museum
Pedalos on Lake Brienz
Oberhofen Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle
Restaurant Fruhlingsgarten in Fussen
St. Peter's church in Munich
Max Krug in Munich
Nymphenburg Palace
Residenz Munich
Zum Alten Markt restaurant Munich (I have heard cash only?)
taxis occasionally

If anyone knows off the top of their head if any of the above are cash only, please give me a shout. Thanks!

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