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Touring England

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My husband and I are senior citizens, planning what will probably be our last trip to London and southern England. We are going to see all those sights we have missed in our previous four trips. We want to see the Cotswolds, Oxford and Cambridge, possibly Dover, Blenheim, Bletchley Park plus the little museums in London such as Kenwood House etc. My question is this: should we spend two weeks in London and take day trips to the places above, or should we spend a few nights elsewhere? We do not drive, will probably hire car/drivers outside of London, and want to maximize the value and efficiency of our trip. We would also welcome other suggestions for must see places that we should not miss (not including Bath and Stonehenge, which we have seen on previous trips.) We plan to go in March or April, 2016. Thanks.

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