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Going from Terminal 1 (CDG) to train station with little time to spare.

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Usually when i travel to Paris I always land in Terminal 2 and then walk to the train station to catch the TGV to Provence.
This time I will land in terminal 1 around 9:25AM and my train depart at 11:40AM.

.The next train is at 1:50PM..which after a very long voyage which started at 9:30AM the day before would be a murder for my poor body, considering that I am not 21 anymore..

I would have only 2hours and 15 minutes to catch the 11:40 TGV.That's my dilemma..I know that it would be safer and less stressfull for me to take the later train.
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What would you do if you were in my shoes?

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