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I'm going to the UK for the first time and I'm super excited! I'll be staying with my boyfriend in Leeds for most of my trip. I haven't decided where I want to go on day trips while he's working during the week, but I'd like the flexibility to hop on a train in Leeds, wander around in another city, and go back to Leeds in the evenings. I've been reading some travel books, and some of them recommend getting a rail pass. I will likely need a 4-day consecutive or flexible pass. Do any of you know anything about the BritRail pass? Do you have any other suggestions? Thanks, everybody!

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