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Would you recomd touring LeHavre Port vicinity or doing the Princess Cruise's Paris City Drive & Seine River Cruise Tour

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My husband & I will have a mid May port stop at Le Harvre, and there will be a limited time to see Paris.
We are thinking that it'd be risky to go on our own, since the port is @ 3hours away from Paris and the ship will not wait for late returnees unless they are with one of the Cruiseline's tours.
So we are looking at doing the Paris City Drive & Seine River Cruise tour.
Would you recommend this tour, if not what do you suggest?

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