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Train from Paris CDG to Bayeux

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Good Evening,

Although we have travelled throughout Europe, mostly driving or using guides, I always get a bit anxious when coordinating train travel. We will be landing at CDG from Bucharest on October 31 at approximately 9:00, with Bayeux as our destination to tour D-Day sites. We plan to take a cab to St. Lazare to avoid all the transfers. So, I have a few questions:

1. Should we buy our tickets in advance? We have 4 adults in our group.

2. Would the 12:10 train give us enough time to get from CDG to St. Lazare? Oddly, at least to me, Captain Train website offers a 1:45 train, but / does not - only a 3:00 train. Any thoughts on why that is?

Thanks in advance for any and all help.

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