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Stops from Prague to Paris

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This is a broad question so just looking for personal opinions here--

In early November my husband and I are flying from Paris to Prague, spending three nights, then will head back to Paris. We'd like to travel by train on our way back, and can afford to spend two nights or so in a town or two in between. Yes yes yes, I know one night in a place isn't "enough", but it's better than nothing!

Any particularly pretty rides between Prague and Paris that you've taken? Where would you like to stop for a day or two along the way? Stops in Germany seem to make the most sense, but if we veer off the direct path it's not a problem.

Of course, don't we all wish the Man from Seat 61 was our awesome uncle or little travel buddy you could fit in your pocket everywhere? :-)

Thanks!!

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