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The Better Choice for 2 nights: Manchester vs London

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I've been debating whether to stay a couple of nights in Manchester or London after my visit to Lancashire during Autumn, before I fly back home. I've visited both cities already. I think I've seen just about everything in Manchester and don't feel like coming back. As a lone lady traveler who was looking to hang out a nice spot during the evening, I didn't find much. However, I'm considering Manchester just because it's more practical with the commute and hotel prices are reasonable.

On the other hand, there are still a lot of things I haven't done or seen in London. Though it's not the most convenient for me in terms of commuting and staying at hotels near the Paddington Station are indeed pricey (so I can easily catch the Heathrow Express). My gut feeling is that I will find something enjoyable to do as a single traveler in London, but don't know what to expect staying between Bayswater to Marylebone.

Am I missing something about Manchester or do you think London offers so much more?

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