Your ten "must see" places in England..

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  1. bluesteel

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    Etihad Complex, Manchester
     
  2. BlueMoonRisin'

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    I really like the architecture of old churches and cathedrals. I wanted to visit Canterbury cathedral when I was down there but I didn't get the chance. Have you been inside there Bimbo?
     
  3. sir baconface

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    @BimboBob. Yup. Where do you think the Isles of Scilly are?
     
  4. BimboBob

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    An island. Not in England. It's like saying Jersey. At least you didn't say Shetland.
     
  5. BimboBob

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    Yup. Prefer Durham myself.
     
  6. BlueMoonRisin'

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    Aye, Durham is worth visiting mate.
     
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    From all the places to go in the lakes why would you choose Ambleside ? The only place that’d get in my top 10 in the lakes near Windermere would be the masons arms at in strawberry bank.
     
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    The Isles of Scilly are part of the ceremonial county of Cornwall. The most southerly point of England is on St Agnes.
     
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    As a foreigner who has visited both, it's a tough choice because I love both of their cloisters, but Durham was a nicer little jewel of a town to visit. I haven't really been around Canterbury though so maybe I'm wrong.
     
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    York
    HMS Victory Portsmouth
    Isles of Scilly
    The Lakes
    Oxford
    Lechlade & Kelmscott
    Holy Island
    Tintagel
    Stamford, Lincs
    Essendon, village in Herts
     

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