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Train Tickets From French Riviera/Provence to Paris

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We will be staying in Eze in May and want to go to Paris May 8 to return to the United States. What is the website to get train tickets. Since we will be staying in Eze and have a car, what would be the best place to drop off the car and take the train to Paris---Nice, Avignon???
Also, how soon can you purchase your tickets on the French train system? I purchased tickets on the Spanish train system (Renfe) a few years ago and there was a step by step post on Fodors which was very helpful This was a great help to purchase the tickets since I do not speak Spanish or French.
Thank you very much.

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