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TGV route Avignon - Paris

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I'm looking at finishing our driving tour of France by taking the TGV from Avignon back to Paris (Gare de Lyon). Never having taken a high speed train before (the nearest we've come to it in the past is the Eurostar between London and Paris), the idea appeals as a (hopefully scenic) change from driving after a long trip of several weeks in the car.

I'm curious as to where this TGV route will take us, what towns/stations it will pass through. Every TGV website's map (Eurail, bahn.de & others) shows a dead straight diagonal line between Avignon and Paris, which I feel is highly unlikely. Can anyone tell me where the TGV route really goes, and does it stop at any stations at all along the way? Thanks...

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