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While this three-week itinerary is designed to be done by car, it can also be done by train and bus.
For three weeks without a car, I'd cut back on the recommended sights with the most frustrating public transportation (Cornwall, Dartmoor, and Ironbridge Gorge).
7.45am: Weather-wise it's looking good but surf-wise it continues to look super bad.
High pressure still dominating for what looks like at least into next week and the weekend after.
While rural charm falls with the leaves, city sightseeing is fine in the winter. Just keep traveling and take full advantage of bright spells.
From now until mid June the public will be able to view the activity in these nests - from the initial building, to egg-laying, and hopefully, successful rearing of chough chicks.Literary fans like Cambridge, Oxford, Stratford, Bath, and the South Lake District.Day 1: Arrive at London's Heathrow Airport, connect to Bath (sleep in Bath) Day 2: Bath (sleep in Bath) Day 3: Pick up car, Avebury, Wells, Glastonbury (sleep in Bath) Day 4: Early drive to Cornwall (sleep in Penzance) Day 5: Cornwall (sleep in Penzance) Day 6: Dartmoor (sleep in Salisbury) Day 7: Salisbury, Portsmouth (sleep in Salisbury) Day 8: Stonehenge, Oxford, Blenheim (sleep in Chipping Campden) Day 9: Explore the Cotswolds (sleep in Chipping Campden) Day 10: Stratford, Warwick, Coventry (sleep in Ironbridge Gorge) Day 11: Ironbridge Gorge (sleep in Liverpool) Day 12: Liverpool, maybe side-trip to Blackpool (sleep in Liverpool) Day 13: South Lake District (sleep in Keswick area) Day 14: North Lake District (sleep in Keswick area) Day 15: Hadrian's Wall and Durham, to York, turn in car (sleep in York) Day 16: York (sleep in York) Day 17: Early train to London (sleep in London) Day 18: London (sleep in London) Day 19: London (sleep in London) Day 20: Canterbury, Dover (sleep in London) Day 21: Greenwich, Windsor, Cambridge, Brighton (choose one; sleep in London) Day 22: Whew!Some attractions open only on weekends or close entirely in the winter (Nov–Feb).The weather can be cold and dreary, and nightfall draws the shades on sightseeing well before dinnertime.