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Please help plan a tour of England

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My wife and I would like to see as much of England as possible within a four-week period, and are prepared to drive a car. We realise the difficulty of the task and are prepared to make a lot of compromises in the final plan. However, in order to elicit helpful comments, I like to list these few top priorities:
1. The Jurassic Coast
2. Cornwall
3. Bath
4. Chester
5. Lake District
6. Edinburgh Tattoo
7. Northumberland Coast
8. Dublin
I would like opinions on these choices and on what to do with "in-between fillers" to tie-in the total trip. Once decided, I would seek help on individual attractions and best accommodation points. I am prepared to do the necessary work and do my researches. Thank you.
-gA

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