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Paris Taxis and Trains: Questions

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Who has taken a taxi lately from CDG to a mid-Paris hotel (ours is on the Left Bank) and how much did it cost? I'm seeing ranges online, travelers and websites, from 45 euros up. One site notes "You pay what's on the meter." Can you challenge that if you feel it's patently wrong? The travelers who paid 90 euros certainly should have. Four years ago we took a private shuttle (Leader) from CDG to our hotel on the Left Bank. Slight delay making connections at CDG, but no problem otherwise.

One more: When traveling by rail in Europe we always buy tickets on the spot, a few days ahead. Never a problem. Now I'm seeing on RailEurope "Act fast: Just four tickets left" for our Paris-Frankfurt trip; the only nonstop train. Is this because it's RailEurope and they have only four? Any reason we can't buy tickets when we get to Paris? I thought they just added cars as needed.

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