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Train help needed Germany to CDG

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Hello, We have made the decision to enjoy a last day in Germany and catch a train from Oberwesel to Charles de Gaulle on the day of our flight home. We would like to arrive at the airport by 5.30 pm (Emirates flight leaves at 9.50 pm) and we will take insurance in case of delays causing us to miss the plane. We need help from the train experts on the best options for train combinations. Would you advise the combination that requires walking between Paris Est and Paris Nord or rather catch the train to Strasbourgh or Brussels and then catch TGV option? Our day of travel is a Saturday. We will be travelling light all round Europe but may have 30kg each to take back due to our last stop where we are picking up business materials. I am thinking that a combination without walking would be best. We do have the option of a free car pick up in Paris from a hotel near the train station (thanks to Qantas Platinum Frequent Flier) but this may make it all too complicated. We are used to travel by train so do not have issues with finding platforms, etc. Basically need to choose option with the least risk of delays and hopefully one that does not require a dawn departure from Oberwesel! Thank you for your help.

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