I'm going to be going back to England for about 14 days later this year. This will be my 2nd trip to England. I wanted to see some sites I missed the first time and possibly explore some new areas such as the Lake District and/or Portsmouth.
That got me thinking if that would be best. I know it's all personal preference and everything but considering the time (14 days) would I be better sticking to areas inside England or branching out and going to Amsterdam maybe? I don't want to try to do so much that I'm running all over the place but I don't want to miss something that is really quite amazing.
For those who have seen the Lake District and/or Amsterdam, which would be a better choice to spend a few days of my trip in? Both look interesting to me but watching a video is a little different than actually going there. What's the general consensus? Lake District or Amsterdam or maybe a third option I haven't thought of?
I will be spending the majority of my time in London but I will go up to York for two days. Loved York last time and want to see it again. I already saw Bath so I don't think I'll go back there on this trip.
I will be going in August of this year if that matters.