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Multicity function for one-day train travel?

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We will be in Paris again at the end of next week and the week after, and we're interested in doing a long day trip to Giverny and then to Rouen and back for our Monet fix. I've seen where others have done this, and made a single day of it. What I'm trying to figure out is whether there is a multicity function on the SNCF website (or any other site to buy tickets) to travel from Paris, to Vernon, get off there and trek up to Giverny for the Gardens (primarily) and back to Vernon to train up to Rouen for the rest of the day and then return to Paris on one of the last trains back.

I don't see the multicity function, and I don't know if with just an aller-retour for Rouen-Paris would allow us to get off and back on the train in Vernon, or would I have to buy three one-way tickets?

The trip starts on the 27th of March, Monet's Gardens open this year on the 28th, but this would likely be the next week, depending upon the weather forecast.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!

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