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time to travel from Gare du Nord to Gare de Lyon

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I call upon the expert travelers once again. My wife and I are traveling this September from Orlando to London and then to Dijon via Paris. I have booked a great fare on the Eurostar from London to Paris ($100 round trip) and plan on taking the RER D to Gare de Lyon and catching a TGV to Dijon. Since the fares seem to be heavily discounted with advance purchase: how long should I allow to get from Gare du Nord to Gare de Lyon and on the train? The RER should take 14 minutes. I am looking at arriving in Gare du Nord on the Eurostar at 11.47am and departing the Gare de Lyon at 14:53. Does this sound doable? I believe the tickets on the TGV can be printed at home. If I have to change to a different train, how difficult is that? It is hard to tell from the Raileurope website.

Many thanks,

Racer 042

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