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Transportation Help Please!

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We are doing a self drive barge trip with friends in Sept. /13, starting in Le Mas d'agenais and ending in Montauban. Not the easiest places to get to.

We will be flying into Barcelona from Toronto and spending a few days there. We then have to make our way to LeMas d'agenais. After the 10 day barge trip we will have to find our way to Paris CDG to fly home from Montauban.

I have looked at both train and bus schedules but nothing is posted for that far out yet. I am wondering if anyone has any suggestions as to what the best plan would be to connect to these cities.

Thanks so much for your help.

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