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    (Original post by Lychee)
    I actually really like the 'nice' scenery I know that scotland/wales/the lakes/the peaks and the North york moors are pretty amazing but one of my favourite things is driving around where my parents live(the midlands) through the beautiful rolling fields and having a drink in a country pub. Yes its not as breathtaking as the Alps but it is so beautiful





    I'm the same. I love going to the Highlands and the Lakes, but I equally love Weardale and Teesdale.
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    Yes.

    The countryside is great. Mostly jaw-dropping.
    Cities, however, are ridden with ugly buildings which should all be razed with bunker busters and fuel-air bombs. ASAP. Only the nice ones should remain. Council estates first.
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    Yes, yes we do. Cumbria (biased) all of the many yorkshires and Northumbria are great. Can't comment on the south, not a fan of what remains of Midlands scenery.
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    everywhere has nice scenery, its just looking for it

    i personally find cities to be the nicest
 
 
 
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