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flying to london, then taking the tunnel
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ok so I am flying to london, spending 7 nights and then wanting to take the tunnel to france. And since eurorail doesnt not run there, what do I have to get? I am getting the 2 month railpass for all of my other countries.
 
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Your Eurail Pass should entitle you to a Eurostar discount. You may be eligible for a youth fare. And travelling off-peak (generally mid-week, mid-afternoon) is often reduced fare. 

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so does that mean i will have to take another train form london to the tunnel or how does that work?

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The Eurostar departs London, Waterloo Station; arriving Paris, Gare du Nord.