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Windsor/Stonehenge/Bath or Oxford/Cotswolds/Stratford?

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I'm going to be in London for only four days. I'd like to get outside the city and see some of rural England. I've decided to pay for a tour, and am intending to use International Friends for it. I'm trying to decide between Windsor/Stonehenge/Bath, and Oxford/Cotswolds/Stratford.

I'm interested in Bath, but wonder if it will feel more like a city than a town. I don't much care about Stonehenge, and am not sure how I feel about Windsor.

Though I'm an academic, I'm wondering if Oxford will be interesting enough. I really want to see the Cotswolds. Stratford...not sure. I like but don't love Shakespeare. My ideal tour would be Bath+Cotswolds, and maybe Windsor castle, but that isn't an option. So, I'm looking for suggestions on choosing between the two options listed above. Thanks!

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