We have one day in Paris from London. There will be three of us, my mother (73, slight mobility issues), myself (47), and daughter (24, Type 1 diabetic) My plan is cab from train station to Notre Dame Cathedral, cab to the Trocedero, walk to Eiffel Tower, cab to the Orangerie Musuem, walk down the Rue de Rivolli to catch cab to train station for return. I have read and seen on maps that the major metro stops should have a taxi rank which is where I would get cabs from. I am trying to avoid metro and public bus if I can but will have a bus map just in case. Are cabs easy to get? I also would like an area to walk for shopping and eating around those attractions. I am unsure if the area between the Orangerie and the taxi rank near the Louvre is a good shopping and eating area.We need access to bathrooms (for obv reason and insulin breaks) and food (again for obv reason and if needed for quick drops in sugar) Thanks so much.