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Should I drive or take the train from London to Bath?

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I want to go from London to Stonehenge and Bath for a (long) day trip. The car rental is very cheap, but I don't know if I want to go through the hassle of driving and finding my own way. I would prefer taking the train to Bath and hiring a guide to take us to Stonehenge. However, when I check the RailEurope website it gives me fares of over $200 for 2 people roundtrip? Is that really how much it costs? Does anyone know of a website with cheaper fares that I can book in advance? Thanks

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