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Oxford to Athens and back to London

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I hope this isn't a silly question, but I am perplexed on this. My son will be at Oxford in England in spring and wants to take a quick trip with a friend to Athens before he returns to the U.S. His friend is in Paris. I can't figure out the best way to get him there and back, knowing he will have to find a place for his luggage from the entire Oxford stay. I have tried a thousand combinations and can't figure out what's the best route. Go to Paris and fly out so he can leave his luggage at the friends apartment there and then fly back, get it, and Eurostar to London catch his flight? It all needs to happen Apr 10-15...his flight leaves LHR at 11:40am on the 15th. I know no one wants to plan the trip for me, just wanting some traveled experience, pleae. Thanks!

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