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We will be in London in January for three days and can't decide if we should take the train to go to York for a day.
We have been to London many times and have spent a week in The Cotswolds and a week in The Lake District.
We loved every village and small town that we visited.
I love to go to York but not sure if it is worth the trip for one day.
If we decide to go, should we get train tickets now?
Please tell me what would you do.
And I should say that this might be our last trip to UK. But of course who knows.

Thank you.

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