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Paris, Geneva and Nice

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OK we think we think we have decided where we want to go for the 40th Anniversary Trip. Paris it is...

Now DH and I are talking three days in Paris, taking the train to Geneva for three days and then hopping on the train again to Nice for our last three days.

Is this a reasonable and doable trip?

Is three days in each area too much of a tease?

Can this be done for around $5000?

Am I going to wish I spent all 7 days in any of these areas?

How long (and how comfortable) is the train ride between locations?

We understand that you can get a 7 day rail pass (of course, am I hearing they are close to a strike right now.) Well, we aren't going until Sept 06...

Any and all comments are greatly appreciated.

Thanks, NannyJan

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