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    Hi all, me and a few friends have decided to try and combat our half term boredom by going on a random journey...however thats how far we have got!

    We dont have alot of cash, but wann go somewhere INTERESTING in the UK, just for a day, We have already considered London so please dont suggest that, but please help give us some ideas! Particulary people who live outside the UK (i think living here all our lives has kinda left us a bit ignorant to the actual coolness of the UK...possibly...maybe...or it just sucks!)

    So any ideas people?! :tsr2:
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    The Lake District
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    (Original post by rahmed)
    The Lake District
    Been many a time, however that should definatly be a must visit place, the lake district is awesome!
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    Tower of London and Buckingham Palace - absolute must!
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    The Isle of Wight is naturally one of the UK hotspots :p:
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    Clifton Suspension Bridge
    White cliffs of Dover
    Glastonbury Tor
    Dartmoor
    Snowdonia
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    chatsworth is really nice
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    hmm.. cant say no to the gower either
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    (Original post by HagerVor)
    Clifton Suspension Bridge
    White cliffs of Dover
    Glastonbury Tor
    Dartmoor
    Snowdonia
    Clifton Bridge!? NO!
    The rest are nice though!:p:
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    hmmm all good ideas! what about actual items/buildings/etc of interest not areas? Eg Stonehenge...
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    *gasp* !!

    whats wrong with clifton suspension bridge...

    AND... the new lights were turned on last night on it...

    it's perdy
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    (Original post by hybridchild)
    hmmm all good ideas! what about actual items/buildings/etc of interest not areas? Eg Stonehenge...
    if you tell us where you live we can tell you whats close enough for a day visit
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    (Original post by HagerVor)
    if you tell us where you live we can tell you whats close enough for a day visit
    Live in Staffordshire... Ive been most houses and castles really....
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    My dad just read a book called *******s To Alton Towers: Uncommonly British Days Out. Why not have a look at that for something a bit different?! Barometer World anyone?
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    go and find your local landfill site just to see the devastation of nature
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    Edinburgh! Very nice city.
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    (Original post by HagerVor)
    go and find your local landfill site just to see the devastation of nature
    Thats what im talking about! This guys got the right idea, hmmmm visit to sellarfield...
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    (Original post by hybridchild)
    Thats what im talking about! This guys got the right idea, hmmmm visit to sellarfield...
    nah not somewhere like sellarfield.. all you'll get to see is the education centre or somesuch and just see the positive propaganda about nuclear power

    i'm talking about landfill for household waste.. smell the smells.. look at the dead birds trapped in those plastic can holder things.. see where your rubbish really goes...

    maybe a sewage plant?
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    Hmmm, best place to visit in UK, erm probably a pub
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    (Original post by HagerVor)
    i'm talking about landfill for household waste.. see where your rubbish really goes...

    maybe a sewage plant?
    Your original idea was to see how we are destroying our environment. A sewage plant is equally as unpleasant as a landfill, but how does it go along with the moral of your suggesions?
 
 
 
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