Think of Paris, and your mind conjures up so many
images. The Eiffel Tower, the
Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe, the Notre Dame, the Sacre Coeur, Centre Pompidou,
Moulin Rouge and the
Champs-Élysées only begin the list. Even the names of districts, like Montmartre, set
off idle daydreams. Then there are
less tangible yet ubiquitous elements that display Parisian style, revealing
themselves in décor, cuisine, art, dress, and even the way people hold
In the course of the week, we’ll take in all those famous sights, plus the smaller but memorable like the Rodin collection & Orsay museum, and relax in the gardens of Luxembourg & Tuileries.
course, with our own accessible vehicle, we are free to explore outside Paris.
As ever, I will assess the overall quality of experience, balancing fame
against accessibility and overcrowding, before coming up with a final programme.
Accommodation & Dining
The Holiday Inn Express hotel is modern &
practical, well located on the side of the Canal de la Villette just 3 miles
from the very heart of Paris.
Each of the wheelchair accessible rooms has one
large bed, with an adjoining room for an assistant, making the experience more
spacious & private than usual.
As usual, we will have our extensive collection of accessibility aids, including hoist, shower chairs, & mobility scooter, at no extra charge.
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Our packages do not include flights
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most practical destination airport is Paris
Charles de Gaulle (CDG, also known as Roissy).