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Paris/Brussels/Bruges Train Question

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I'm planning on taking the train from Paris to Bruges and back when I'm on my Paris trip in the Spring.
Since I'll be connecting from Thalys to an Inter-City Train in Brussels, I'm wondering if I can still use the ticket the next day to get to Bruges, if I decide to spend the night in Brussels instead of going straight to Bruges. I think I read somewhere that it's OK within a 24-hour timeframe. Anyone know the answer?

Or would I be better just booking Paris/Brussels/Paris and buy the Bruges Inter-City tickets separately.
And I may be returning to Brussels/Paris by way of Ghent instead of Bruges. I'm just wondering if this would complicate the ticketing process, as I do want to have the tickets ahead of time.

Any advise would be appreciated.

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