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Three weeks in the UK - what don't I want to miss?

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My husband and I are visiting the U.K. for the first time in July. We are flying into London and three weeks later flying out of Dublin. We want to visit England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. I am a history teacher so I am especially interested in historical sites. Some things are a given - Stonehenge, London Bridge, Loch Ness. I'm not sure I want to do things that require standing in long lines and being around hoards of people. We'd really like to explore the "real" UK without being too touristy. This whole idea of visiting the U.K. started when we talked about wanting to do a pub tour. So we're interested in knowing where some authentic, local pubs are. We've thought about just getting a car and driving, and we may do something like that, but I'd like at least an idea of which towns to visit. Please recommend any and everything from London to Dublin! Thank you so much!

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