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Where should I go 9 days to explore the countryside of England?

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My husband and I are going to England arriving on July 5th and departing on the 21st.
We will be in London until the 7th. We have arranged a tour of CS Lewis in Oxford on the 7th. We will rent a car in Oxford begin driving on the 8th. We have to be back in London on the 17th for our friends wedding on the 18th.

We will head to East Yorkshire(Bridlington) and visiting the mother of the groom for 2 days so we will stop in York......then what do you all suggest for distance and travel time.

We like to bike/hike and I wouldnt mind seeing a few of the famous English gardens.

Any suggestions will be welcomed.

Thanks
Patti and George

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