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Seven days in London--I need help planning!

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My husband and I are taking our first trip together abroad and we are going to London. I know we will see the usual touristy stuff like the London Eye, Tower of London, Buckingham Castle... However I want to also take advantage of seeing sites outside of the city. My husband loves photography so I think Kew Gardens would be great. I also read that they have concerts in the summer at Kew Gardens and thought that would make a nice day trip. The one thing I know I want to see is Stonhenge while we are there. Is that a feasible option for a day trip? Should we rent a car or take a train (an even better quesion would be IS there a train that goes there)? We would like to have spent a day or two in Edinburgh, but we are not sure that would be possible in our limited time frame. I would love any advice you could give. We know we have a small amount of time to visit, but it is what it is. We are going in summer, which from reading other forum posts is a busy time of year there. Thank you in advance!

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