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CDG to Sarlat - TGV to Brives, rent a car?

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This has been the advice I've been given by the experts on this board - I believe someone said it was about 4 hours from the airport to Brives and an hour and a half or so from Brives to Sarlat. So I handed this off to my husband to research while I looked at accommodations.

He must not have found the right sites - he says it takes 7-8 hours to get to Brives. Could it be that in January, there aren't too many trains, or more stops than there will be in June? He says he's seeing that we'll need to change trains several times. Something doesn't sound right to me.

Any ideas? Should we be flying to Bordeaux or Toulouse or somewhere else rather than taking the train?

Thanks as always,
Alice

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