|Subject: Re: Last minute Paris help|
The Metro has many long corridors and has not been very accessible but evidently they are working on that. Line 14 in the Metro is accessible. See this site for accessibility information. http://www.ratp.info/informer/reseau_ferre.php The RER is more accessible.
I found this site about accessibility in Paris. http://www.accessibleurope.com/accessiblefrance/geninfos.html
Also this: http://parents.berkeley.edu/recommend/where2buy/travel_stroller.html It mentions that a narrow stroller is better.
When I travelled with my children, I used a backpack carrier - very convenient. We also used UHT milk which doesn't need refrigeration until it is opened. It does taste a little different, though my young children didn't complain. You might get one tetrapak (box) just in case.
Frances Toronto, Canada