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    If you're a GCSE student then it's probably for the best. There's lots of things to do in the UK. A friend of mine went surfing in Devon not too long ago or there's Thorpe Park etc if you just want a day out, or maybe travel up north and do some hiking, something like that.
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    lmao I started complaining about how Disney is better than Alton Towers, Eiffel Tower is better than the London Eye and the River Seine is better than the Thames :lol:
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    If you're looking to save some money airbnb are doing a promotion that if you sign up and book accommodation through someone else both people get £20 off if you book through that persons link, I have my link https://www.airbnb.co.in/c/ailishh6?s=3&i=1 might be worth looking at if you haven't booked it yet and I get money towards my interrail trip accomodation so both people benefit haha :')
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    Is this about the English language exam, cause I completely flopped that question and didn't even finish writing, do you think my grade would be largely affected?
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    No. But don't discount Britain. It has better beaches by a country mile compared to the Med and if you drop on the weather why go further? Just coming to the end of a week in Anglesey. Was swimming in the sea this morning and topping up my tan this afternoon. It has been a superb week. Oh - and tonnes cheaper if you are limited to school hols.
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    what age will you all be when you take your holiday? You have to consider if your parents will let you all go abroad at this age, not all parents might be as relaxed about their child going abroad but generally holidays in GB cost more than if you flew to a cheap location and stayed there
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    I'd recommend budapest since flights are cheap, accommodation is cheap and its a really cool place to visit or prague
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    How old are you and how much money do you have?

    Budapest is a very cheap city to get to and live in.
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    no i do like to holiday in britain but i am saving for some international trips as well as i like certain thing i can only find in certain places
 
 
 
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