Hi all -
We are scheduled to leave for a long weekend trip to Paris in two weeks. Last week
I fell and broke my kneecap (ouch!) - I am in a full leg brace and on crutches, though will wean myself off of the crutches over the next week. Based on my on-line research,
it appears most of the museums we will want to visit have elevators and even wheelchairs, if necessary. It also appears that buses or taxis will work better than the Metro in these circumstances. We are staying in the 7th on the edge of the 6th and, fortunately, have been to Paris a number of times, so won't feel the frenetic need to tour of the first time visitor. Nonetheless, I would appreciate any advice on how to make this trip work the best.
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Hi all -