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Hello, new backpacker here and I am looking for some advice on a few places I could add to my solo trip through the UK. Currently I plan to spend a few days in london, work my way up to edinburgh and ultimately glasgow for the west end festival. I have about 2 and half weeks for all of this and I was wondering if anyone could name some must-see places and such. I like to experience a bit of everything, and am interested in some clubs that anyone could recommend. any advice would be appreciated thanks.

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Bath, Stonehenge, Lake Windemere or the lake district is just a few

I am leaving from Bath with $1500 for 26 days
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You have to see Oxford. It’s a great city and is on the route so you have no excuse not too! I wrote a blog post about my last visit to Oxford, so have a look if you’d like some inspiration: http://gekkoblog.wor…

Make sure you go punting and have a tour around the university. It’s well worth it.

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Oh, and if you DO get to Oxford. Stay at MalMaison. One of the nicest hotels I’ve stayed in. It’s in a converted 16th century Prison, so it looks great too. http://bit.ly/MQwgm