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Sorry, I understand your frustration but I don't see what the train company has done wrong. You were late. If you are not at the boarding gate at the gate closing time or on the platform at departure time there is no obligation to wait. If you have a fixed time ticket and you don't show the ticket is invalidated as spelled out in the terms on conditions ...


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What went wrong here is you bought "the cheap seats" and did not read or understand the terms and conditions, aka the "fine print", or think all that much about what makes them the "cheap seats". a fully flexible ticket is 50 euro more and the only thing it does it's that you can exchange free 2 hours after it departs... That ...


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When it comes to train travel France is different from Switzerland. In Switzerland it is perfectly Ok to be on the platform 1 second before the doors close. The conductor will even hold the train a few seconds so you can still get on. And it is normal that tickets can be used on the next train when you miss one. And there are no gates to slow you down from ...


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The Eiffel Tower reopened to fully vaccinated visitors in July; the lift to the top (summit) is an option. All visitors are required to present the “Pass Sanitaire” (Health Pass) upon entry.


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In my experience, you are unlikely to get anything for the trains you missed. I know people who got lucky by pleading their case with a Thalys employee on the platform but this all seems in line with SNCF rules and practices. Note that if you were able to pay for a ticket on the train, the train guard was in fact showing some understanding for your situation....


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