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3 days in Paris go to Versailles or not?

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This is our first time to Paris. We have planned 3 days out but now we are wondering if we should take out some things and go to Versailles for awhile. We are not the type to spend hours upon hours in museums so we were thinking we would have time to go there for a half of day. Do people consider this a MUST see? I know it is spectacular but it is such a big place specially if you want to walk the gardens. If we do go for a half a day does anyone have any recommendations on the best way to visit? Also what is the easiest way to get there and how long does it take. Staying close to the Louvre.

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