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Help with Paris metro accessibility please

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Here I am again "moving in 2013". I'm off to Paris travelling solo. I have some mobility issues which mean I have a problem walking long distances and negotiating stairs. I manage better going up stairs than down. I've managed to research accessibility to museums etc and through Infomobi have established that St Michel is very accessible (even for wheelchair people, which I'm not) which is great news for those who need such access. I've also researched the bus system which I think I will be favouring over the metro,

BUT

Infomobi have been unable to tell me whether the following stations have elevators or escaltors or only stairs - I suspect only stairs. Is someone able to tell me about the accessibility at these stations please? They may be an option for me if buses are too crowded.

St-Sulpice
St-Germain des-Prés
Mabillon
Odéon
Luxembourg
La Muette

Thanks.
PS I've got my breakfast requirements sorted out!

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