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Car rental return: Toulouse airport or rail station?

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Our trip starts in Montpellier. After 12 days, we will be returning to Toulouse from Albi. I am assumming it would be easier to return our rental car to the Toulouse airport than to the rail station. Am I correct? We will then take a cab to the city, and stay overnight before flying home. The cost of the cab is not important. We are looking for easy-breezy!

Thanks for any advice you can offer.

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