Old Aug 18, 19, 2:59 pm
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You can see some Monet pieces at museums within Paris, IIRC the small one near Place de la Concorde is most impressive. It should be included in the museum pass. Also, don't miss the museum at Orsay for the impressionists, including a current special exhibit focusing on a female impressionist painter.Use your pass or get tickets in advance as lines can be long to get into the museum. The special exhibit is included in the general admission price (or pass) and I didn't experience any lines inside earlier this summer.

I went to Giverny when I had a car on the outskirts of Paris. It's very worthwhile and special, but IMO it would be a pain to get there using public transportation.
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