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Going to London? Eurostar awaits

Posted by Kari Bodnarchuk  March 1, 2011 07:00 AM

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Planning to travel between London and the continent this spring or
summer? Take Eurostar, the high-speed train service that connects London to
Paris and Brussels, and you will receive 20 percent off Standard Premier
tickets. Enjoy extra legroom, at-seat meal service, and complimentary
newspapers and magazines as you zip to Paris in 2 hours, 15 minutes or to
Brussels in 1:51. Eurostar also offers daily service to Disneyland Resort
Paris. The Eurostar High-Speed Deal must be booked through Rail Europe by
March 31, and is valid for travelers from the United States, Canada, and
Mexico who complete their trip between March 1 and Aug. 25. Rates run
$113.60 one way to $200 round trip (normally $142 and $250).

800-622-8600, www.raileurope.com

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