hello everyone, my girlfriend has just been told that we can go away to anywhere in the country paid by her work, so just wondering if any1 has any ideas of where we should go and visit ? some where which has good places to see in the day aswell as a good nightlife would be cool. Thanks alot .
Well when you say nice what are you looking for? ie lots of shops, a nice beach, nice area for walking in, touristy attractions, good food and all that. My favourite place in the UK is probabaly Whitby, but that would be lacking on the nightlife you are after.
Depends what else you are after really, Newquay has a beach and some night clubs you might enjoy it there?
shops, and nice area for tourist attractions, and walking.
Well you might like Cornwall/Newquay then. Yorkshire is nice for walking in but i wouldn't know much about the nightlife. Bournmouth also seems quite popular nowdays but i find it a bit naff and over touristy.
East Midlands we have the national forest (basically lots of woodland and country walks etc) and Nottingham supposedly has a good nightlife.
Noooo don't come here Leicestershire is possibly the furthest away from the sea you can get
Nottingham is the best for nightlife and stuff round here but if you was going to visit anywhere for that Manchester has pretty much a bit of everything.
New Forest with Bournemouth nearby. Newquay is good in the summer. Bath is nice too. Stay in the south it's nice and sunny + people talk properly.
Doves, Playboys, Biscuits, Barrels, Callies, Clear Caps, China Whites, Rhubarbs, Loony Toons, New Yorkers... you know, bang on, larging it, the full monty, safe as houses, pair of trousers, what a laugh, let's do another half!
I'd agree with that... But mainly because the only part of Britain I've seen except London is the Stonehenge.
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