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London - Oxford or Bath day trip?

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I have been to both cities in the past albeit on a fairly rushed tour. I currently have a free day in London and I am thinking of travelling to one of these cities, for a day trip. Which is the better choice? I have seen the Pump Rooms in Bath and Christchurch College in Oxford and remember both well. Also, is it necessary to reserve train tickets in advance for either city to get better prices? My plan is to take the information and if I fell up to a long day trip, then go for it, if not I plan on enjoying London. This will be my last visit to London for a while as I start a new job in summer and I won't have any time off initially. So, this is "my" trip to one of my favourite cities and I want to get it right.

Any suggestions will be appreciated.

Thank you.

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