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London, Edinburgh 14 days.

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I'm planning a two week trip for my cousin and me. The tentative and very preliminary plan is to arrive in London April 14 concentrate on the city for 5 or so days, do a couple of short day trips (Stonehenge?) Then take the East Coast train from London to Edinburgh on the 21st or 22nd. How many days do I need to really see Edinburgh? And can you recommend some good day trips from both cities? We'll probably rent a car for a couple of days in each city for the day trips. Is Glasgow worth a visit?

We'll be staying with a friend in London but would like some recommendations for fairly inexpensive accommodation in Edinburgh. I've been checking out VRBO but don't really know what neighborhoods would be ideal, so any advice on that would be appreciated, too

We're both women in our mid-40s. We're pretty young for our age and would like see some live music, eat some good food, visit art galleries and museums. We'd like to see some of the standard tourist attractions but want to make sure we get a good taste of the local scene in each city.

Thanks!

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