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London Day Trips

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Having a bit of a dilemma deciding on where to go for a day trip outside of London. My husband and I will be there for five days, and want to spend one of those days doing a day trip. I know that five days isn't enough to do London, "properly," and trying to fit "too much in" is always a bad idea, but because I know we won't be back to London for a LONG TIME (this is our last hurrah before having children, and we can barely afford it this time around), I still want to go against advice and try to see all I can (I know all of your experienced travelers are rolling your eyes).
So...here's the dilemma:
The husband wants to see Stonehenge and I want to see Bath.
I've heard a lot of great things about the "London Walks" Tours and I want to do their "Bath" tour, but because the husband is dead set on seeing Stonehenge, I'm considering booking a tour through"Viator," or "EvanEvans" to see Stonehenge, Windsor and Bath in all one trip.
Thoughts? Has anyone done any of these tours? What was your experience? Worth the money? Or are there better options to appease both my husband and I??

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