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TGV Paris to Berne (CH) how often, when?

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Since my last post I have been researching Paris and have already fallen in love with it, but .....

I would like to catch a train from Paris to Berne Switzerland. I'm hoping someone can confirm my reading of TGV schedule.

When I look at the TGV site I can see is only one direct train which arrives at 22:30 (10:30pm). This time is not appealing to me. I'm looking within the 90 day period even though I would actually be wishing to travel in July. I thought I would check with the more experienced Fodorites before I opt for Paris to Zurich instead. I know how to get from Zurich to Bern.

Also would mid to late July be OK in Switzerland? Best to leave before their National Holiday or be there for the excitement?
Thanks all

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