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Suggestion for interesting town between Torino and Paris via train?

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My sis and I have a rail pass and will be leaving Torino, Italy on September 25. We need to be in Paris the evening of Sept 27 for our morning flight out of CDG on the 28th. We have a hotel booked at the airport so can arrive anytime Sept 27. We are unfamiliar with France and any suggestions would be appreciated. It looks like getting to Dijon would be too long a day for us so something further south that would allow a reasonable train day on the 27th. We are receptive to any size of town with great walkability from the train station. We like people watching, wine, cafes, cool architecture, meandering alleys etc. Advice? Thanks!

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