So, in my desire to be prepared for worst-case scenarios and knowing France (or is it just Paris) is notorious for train strikes, what would be recommended in this scenario. Leaving Bayeux on a Sunday morning to catch afternoon Eurostar for London. Let's say a strike affects our ability to take the train from Bayeux, or affects taking a train from St. Lazare gare to Gare du Nord. What would you do to get to Gare du Nord?
Train strike contingency plan
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