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Paris Sept. 2013

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Thanks to all who helped me with finding an apt to rent for 3 adults in Paris-it's on rue de l'Abre in the 1st. With that booked and our flights are booked (9/12-20, 2013) we now need your advice as to what to see and do. One adult has parkinsons disease and gets tired easily, but can walk without problems. The other 2 are in fine shape.
We want to see the usual: Louvre, Notre Dame, St. Chapelle, Eiffel Tower and Champs Elysee and d'Orsay. Want to see the Parisian markets but not sure which ones are in 'safe' areas? Possibly Versailles, but so expensive as a day tour.
That said--what about guided tours of the city? What are the best ones or can we do it with tour books on our own? Seine cruise at night worth it? Is it worth having lunch at the Eiffel? If not, where?
Prices of things: moderate, not expensive. Any suggestions would be helpful.
Thanks!

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