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Stationed in Paris for June and July for school- Want to take weekend trips

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Our 20 year old will be going to school in Paris for the summer (June/July). She would like to take some weekend trips, maybe to Amsterdam, Germany, London, etc.

The trip to London is easy and we know the in's and out's of that trip. But for instance Amsterdam, what rail should we book the ticket? We booked through raileurope when we went, lost our ticket and had to buy another one, which we bought through bahn.com. As I understand it Bahn does not commute to Amsterdam and you would have to purchase a separate ticket. Am I right on this? If not, what do we do? Also, any other suggestions for weekend trips. There will be two 20 year olds traveling together.

Any suggestions are welcome.

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