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OK, I'm going to "play the game" for my final time.

To those of you who were kind enough toread my short "musings" post earlier on, Thank You but bad internet connections choked that off and Tosca ended up leaping off the balcony in Zurich wonderfully dramatically; Opera Bastille staged an "Aida" in a way to rival the 15,000-seat Arena di Verona performance of a few nights prior. Last night, Michael Crawford made another "triumphant return" in the "Go-Between" to a house with only a handfull of seats sold. They're still smoking on the sidewalks outside every establishment in Paris which is depressing to watch while the projected opera performances in Trafalgar Square as the new asphalt is laid in nearby roadways gives a whole new meaning to the term "nightime in London."

But onward and upward and to use this forum as the topic of my post suggests: to get travel ideas:

The question is Peaks, Lakes, Moors, or Dales and which one would YOU choose if you could only do one and it were going to be your LAST time in the UK?

Since Cornwall has decided to get out of the EU we've eliminated that area for purely politically-driven reasons. We've "done" the Cotswolds and Scotland.

We have seven full days and a "hire" car; timeframe is summer


"Best" scenery, food, experieces, and hotels: you tell me and, as always, thank you in advance.

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