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One Spare Day

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I find myself with one spare day at the end of my trip to the UK. Briefly, my husband (who wasn't coming at first, but then was able to do so after all) and I will visit Dover, Stonehenge, Bath, Paris, and London, and then he will go home. I continue with an education group to Edinburgh and back to London with a day trip to Lacock/Oxford. At the end of all of this, flights home were much less (which I will now make up by planning another visit) with an almost 2 day gap.

My question is what would you do with a spare day from London? Any favorites? I have from a Sunday around noon until Monday night (I would like to be back in London by 6ish for a very early flight on Tuesday from LHR). My early thoughts were taking a day trip with walks.com to Brighton on Monday which they have available, then I thought, Hey, with the train I could go anywhere!

Interests run more on a historical/literary as well as outdoorsy (one of my very literary words :) ). Just want to soak in what I can.

Thanks!

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