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I plan on staying in Lausanne for two months this upcoming summer. I have a friend in Paris that I would like to see most weekends so I was thinking of taking either the eurail and getting some kind of pass or the tgv. Both seem fairly expensive-what is the best option for me considering that I will be traveling so frequently...

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