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Edinburgh by Agnes McGuiness
Market Bosworth, Leicestershire by vwcampervan-aldridge.
Uffington Manger, Oxfordshire by george-edwards on Flickr.
Little Malvern, Worcestershire by saffron_blaze on Flickr.
Mmmoix replied to “Choose Lancashire or Yorkshire”
- mmmoix said: Would you choose Yorkshire over Cornwall for your first visit to Britain?
Hi @mmmoix - if I was visiting Britain for the very first time and had to choose between the two, it would definitely be Cornwall. While Yorkshire is a lovely part of Britain, I adore Cornwall and one of my all time favourite places is St Ives.
Well I’d have to say Yorkshire but I can’t say it is a balanced answer as I have never actually visited Lancashire, other than driving through.
Not to mention Yorkshire has an unfair advantage due to the fact that it is larger and four separate counties, so a lot more places to visit compared to Lancashire!
That’s one why, but another reason is that I love the stone cottages in parts of Yorkshire and of course the Dales.
Llangollen, Wales by Christopher Price on Flickr.
Allerford, Somerset by Salopian07 on Flickr.
Croft Castle, Herefordshire by Salopian59 on Flickr.
Appletreewick, Yorkshire by alisonchristine on Flickr.
Bossington, Somerset by Salopian07 on Flickr.
Gargrave, North Yorkshire by alisonchristine on Flickr.
Ashcombe, South Devon by rmrayner on Flickr.
Malham, Yorkshire by alisonchristine on Flickr.
Otford, Kent by Nigel Morton on Flickr.