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Paris itinerary advice

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My wife and I have drafted an itinerary for our 7 days in Paris this July and would appreciate any comments or advice on improvement. We want to maximize our Paris experience but do not want to overextend or rush ourselves. We are both in our 50's and while we can handle moderate walking, we would like to avoid excess and try to spread out the effort over the week. Times marked open could end up being spillover time from the earlier activity or could be used to fill in something else or to allow for rain.

Day 1 -

Arrival …. Check into apartment. Get groceries, settle in.
Walk along the Canal St Martin, some shopping

Day 2 -
Morning: Ile de la Cité, Notre-Dame, Latin Quarter, and Sainte-Chapelle.
Afternoon: open
Evening: open

Day 3 –
Versailles

Day 4 Friday
Morning: Orsay Museum
Afternoon: open
Evening: Louvre

Day 5 -
Morning: Left Bank Walk shopping, Luxembourg Garden
Afternoon: Rodin Museum
Evening: Montmartre Walk

Day 6-
Morning: Walk to Pere Lachaise cemetery
Afternoon: take #69 bus to Rue Cler area
Evening: Trocadéro and Eiffel Tower
River cruise at dusk

Day 7-
Morning: Paris Greeters tour
Afternoon: Champs-Elysées from the Arc de Triumph to Tuileries Garden and Orangerie Museum. Pont Alexander III, Place de la Concorde
Evening: open

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