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“Take the Eurostar TGV link to Aix-en-Provence from £109 return (eurostar.com) and pick up a cute restored Citroen 2CV (2cvexperience.com) before rolling back the roof and humming around villages of sun-pickled stone.”
“Visit Flanders (visitflanders.co.uk) offers a two-night break for two in Ghent, staying in the Marriott hotel (marriottghent.com) and including return travel from St Pancras on Eurostar (eurostar.com).”
“A friday lunch date with the present Mrs McBagel ended up with us on the eurostar to Paris.”
“I have just finished your book after finding it in a local bookstore (in the uk) whilst looking for material to amuse myself with on the eurostar.”
“I nearly finished the entire book during the trip on the eurostar (to Brussels, not Paris).”
“Am taking the eurostar tonight to go to Paris for the bank holiday week end, and am happy to read about all the places which are familiar to me in Paris, Café Charbon (I also like the food and athmosphere at Chez Justine just across the street), le parc des Buttes Chaumont, I used to live nearby …”
“An easy and reasonably priced four-and-a-half-hour Eurostar train (€80; eurostar. com) runs every few hours from Paris to the town of Toulon, about an hour's drive away.”
“Michael Lea of The Sun caught him signing in at 7 in the morning before following him catching the eurostar home, and if memory serves me correctly took a lovely shot of him with his mouth open.”
“Earlier this month, the international rail operator Eurostar (eurostar. com) launched its new Business Premier service in a bid to capture still more of the cross-channel market from the airlines.”
“Close your eyes and repeat: eurostar, eurostar, eurostar ...”
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