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What to do in England, Wales and Scotland?

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Hey everyone, it's Brendon again!

5 years ago I took my first trip to Europe and I was in London for 5 days and loved it. I would love to go back to the UK and see where my family is from. My dad's family is from Cornwall so that is a must, but I know it is a big region of England so was wondering if you guys can recommend some towns in Cornwall to see. I looked at St. Ive's, Lizard, Plymouth and Land's End. I would also love to see the cotswolds but do not know how long if a good amount of time to see these little towns. Are there many differences between each town? Which ones are the hilights? Also would love to see some Castles in Wales, so can you all recommend some of the best? Also would love to see Bath and York and head into the Lakes District and then head into Scotland. Would love to see Edinburgh and the Highlands. My Grandma was born in Applecross near Iverness and is 100% Scottish so that makes me 25%. I do have a reddish beard but dark brown hair. I love the looks of Glencoe and was wondering what are some of the most gorgeous little towns in the Highlands where I can see the rolling hills and lakes and beautful scenery. I know that is going to be a long trip since I will be driving all the way from Cornwall into Northen Scotland. Any other places in these countries you would recommend. How long should I go far, I will be going in the summer to get the best weather. Might go to Ireland someother time. Thanks!!!

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