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Some neighborhoods in Paris are more accommodating to “rollers” than others.  (By rollers I mean to include children in <<poussettes>> as well as folks using manual/motorized chairs, strollers, walkers and canes or sticks.  The neighborhood around St. Sulpice in the 6th arrondissement was a surprise to me in this regard.  Here’s a nearby bus stop for five lines (once again **all** are accessible).

St. Sulpice bus stop - five lines, all accessible.

St. Sulpice bus stop – five lines, all accessible.

A nearby hotel added to the possibilities by having an truly elegant and beautifully accessible room – ground floor, sufficient space, unobstructed WC, etc.  Things are looking up.  Allons-y!