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England - eating, places and everything else

England - eating, places and everything else

Jan 18th, 2018, 04:08 AM
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England - eating, places and everything else

Hey guys!
My sister and I would like to travel to england this or next year...
We don't know yet when and where to go.. So please be open to give us recommendations for this too!
Both of us are really open for everything. So tell us about places we have to see, food we have to try and everything else that crosses your mind when you thing about holidays in england.
Due to the fact that neither of us was in London, we want to stay there for some days. So please tell us about some places we have to see or things we have to do there. Both of us are over 18 so you could recommend some bars and partys too!
We want to have a fun adventure with the possibility to see a lot of things!
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Jan 18th, 2018, 07:11 AM
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Sorry, Flo, but you haven't made any progress in your research since your last posts.

You don't seem to understand that 1) it is a waste of people's time to tell you about what they did and saw (and you can read trip reports for that, anyway) because their interests will no doubt diverge from yours and they would just be spinning their wheels while YOU should be researching, and 2) there is NOTHING you have to see. It is entirely up to you to figure that out.

There are thousands of guidebooks and websites to get you started on this. Start using them.
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Jan 18th, 2018, 07:17 AM
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Flo for your first trip to England maybe just visit London and take a day trip to sime places within a short drive or train to the Cotswolds, Oxford, or Hampton Court.

ditto what st.cirq said.
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Jan 18th, 2018, 08:53 AM
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You started an identical thread yesterday . . . it has responses.
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Jan 19th, 2018, 07:54 AM
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You come across as a very lazy person. Half the fun of a trip is doing the research to,find out everything that can be done in the time available, so as has been said, buy a good guide book and do the research
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