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London - maybe Paris and Italy? HELP!

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So I'm off to London for about 10 days in September. I'm looking into stopping in Paris and Italy as well during the 10 days.. but I need some serious advice and help for this! I heard trains are easiest, and for me, it makes me the happiest because I'm not a great flyer - is this true? And if anyone does know about this, or even did this - if I take a train will I be able to stop in Paris before getting myself to Italy? I'd really appericate any information or comments or recomendations you have on this! It'd be so helpful :)

Thanks!
- Rosie

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