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Rail itinerary help, pls

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We want to depart from London and visit Bruges, Luxembourg and Paris, with a side trip to Strasbourg. I think I've read enough to discover that visiting Strasbourg is better this way. Actually, my head is in a spin in respect to all the different rail systems - the system in Australia is very simple :-)
We enjoy walking and river tours - suggestions for the amount of days at each place would be appreciated. We have visited Paris previously so I think 4 days will be sufficient to do what was missed before and include the day trip to Strasbourg (if this is preferable).
Would a Eurorail ticket be cost effective? Can you purchase a Eurostar ticket that would take us from London/Paris/Bruges?
Is a further place in France, suggestions pls, a good idea - even a break en route. We have two weeks.
All advice greatly appreciated.

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