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France: CDG to Beaune

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Need some help figuring out timing of getting from CDG to Beaune. Lots of information out there, but I'm not sure I've seen this specific timing yet:

- Land CDG at 10:40am
- Transfer time from CDG to Gare de Lyon is +/- 3 hours from landing, taking either RER or AF bus. I am leaning towards the AF bus.
- Is this correct?
- This would put me in Gare de Lyon at 1:40 pm.

- Unfortunately, the train to Beaune departs at 12:58 pm and then not until 4:58 pm.

I am afraid that based on when we land, I will either miss one train, or have to wait 3 hours for the next. Would you drive instead?

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