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Thello Night Train out of service, Now what?

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My boyfriend and I just found out that the Thello night train from Paris to Venice that we planned to take this summer, is out of service during the time we planned to take it (Scheduled Maintinence Aug 11- Sept 2). Now we have a lapse in our itinerary for one night between accomodations in the two cities. Anyone have any ideas on what would be a cheap option for one night? I know Milan and Geneva are about half way but with the train out of service I wasn't sure how that would effect all travel in the area. I looked into extendeding our stay in Paris one night but the hotel is fully booked, and to do so on the Venice end would be far too expensive.

Thank you!!!

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