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Paris in 3 days for persons with disabilities

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I'm a senior citizen with bad knees and will be traveling to Paris with my disabled adult son. (He has palsey-like tremors and associated balance problems, but is not in a wheelchair). We will be staying very close to the Arc de Triomphe. We have 3 days to sightsee. We have Eiffel Tower tickets at 2000 on Friday, 24 June, and plan to see the Notre Dame light show the evening of 25 June. Sunday, 26 June is still unplanned.

We would like to see the following:
- Louvre (only for a couple hours)
- Paris Vision bus tour of the city lights
- Arc de Triomphe unknown soldier ceremony
- Paris boat tour of some sort
- possibly the Orsay and Orangerie museums; again not too long
- people watching, possibly from sidewalk cafes?
- Bus #69 ride to see sights in the daytime

Is there any logical sequence to do this, and am I missing some major things to do? Thanks in advance.

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