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Bath or Exeter

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A friend who visited England said Bath was a must-see during our trip to London. I found a day-trip tour that stopped in both Bath as well as Stonehenge, so that seemed like a perfect setup. However, I've been looking at Exeter and Cornwall lately, and between my husband's love for the medieval century and my Mother's pop culture love (obsession really) for the show Merlin, I thought this area would be much more up their alley (Merlin's Cave, Tintagel Castle, Free Medieval tour of Exeter). It is much farther from London though, so I'm not sure if the juice is worth the squeeze. Any recommendations for one or the other? We plan to arrive in London August 7 and leave on the 14th. So I'm not sure how realistic getting to Exeter/Cornwall would be in 2-days, since we want to spend the majority of the time in London.

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