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Somewhere between Prague and Paris

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Perhaps I'll get greater response here than on the Czech Republic board. DH and I booked flights for October into Prague and out of Paris. We have 13 nights and can split our time between the two, flying from one to the other. This is our first trip to Prague but we have visited Paris (and love it). As we are planning we wondered if it might make sense to take a train (without too many changes) and spend a few days someplace between the two cities. We would love to hear suggestions you might have for such a spot. We are 50-somethings, love walking cities and towns, good simple cooking, bakeries, gardens, art museums, and one of us loves shopping. We're open to sleeper trains (private compartment). Thank you for your suggestions.

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