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First visit to Paris, 6 days

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My trip isn't until May 3, 2016, but I am a planner!! We are staying in a hotel(not airbnb) in the 7th arr (yes, touristy, but it is our first trip!). After 6 days in Paris we will be getting a car and driving to other parts of France for 10 days. So my question for right now is about seeing Versailles. We plan on doing this mid way through our 6 days in Paris. Tour? or take the train and do it on our own? We are both 64yr old, but enjoy walking a lot. Also what are thoughts on "skip the line" tours for Louvre, Notre Dame and Eiffel Tower? We really like to go at our our pace in museums, but also don't want to spend hours in a line. Well, that is all for now, you will be hearing from me in the coming months with more questions!!

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