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GBH Pass or National Trust - is there a lot of difference?

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We will be touring the UK May and June 2011 for 6 weeks and of course trying to get value for our money like everyone else.

We will have 1 week in London, 2 weeks in Ireland then the last 3 weeks will be split between the Yorkshire Moors, the Lakes District, Snowdonia and Cotswolds. We would love to see gardens and stately homes, go on long walks and just enjoy nature. Any suggestions on whether to join the National Trust or buy a GBH pass.

The GBH seems fairly expensive as you have to determine the number of days you will be using it? I would appreciate your thoughts.

Maudie

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