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2 week trip to the UK

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Hi,

I am planning a 2 week family trip (with wife and 10 year old son) to the UK. My tentative plan is somewhat like this:

Fly to Heathrow and transit direct to Edinburgh (2 days) --> Lake District (2 days) --> York (2 days) --> Cotswolds district (4 days, take Cotswolds as a base for me to explore Cardiff, Bath, Stonehenge and Oxford) --> London and surrounding area (5 days).

I need advice on whether it is a good idea to take Cotswolds as a base (in terms of ease of transport). Any other advice on my plan is much welcome.

Ambrose

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