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England and Spain in a month: trip guide needed :)

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Hi, I'm planning a trip to England and Spain during Easter in 2014 (yea i know its waaaay too early but i like to plan ahead.) I would like to know the places to go and the things to do. I like to immerse myself completely in the culture, try local food etc. Don't like the beach too much, unless it really worth it ;) I'd LOVE to witness the crazy festivals in Spain eg: the Las Fallas or Santa Semanta. I like history especially the ones in England and I'm a BIG Harry Potter fan so I guess Harry Potter World and Kings Cross is a must! :) So I'm not sure where to start and I hope someone can help me clear this out. Oh, and I'm from Malaysia btw. And there arent any direct flights from Malaysia to Spain or the other way round. Thanks :D

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