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Would you please tell me the defference between these two sentences?
And this is one of the nicest pubs I've been( In ).
And this is one of the nicest pubs I've been ( To ).
Thanks in advance,
'in' and 'to' are near synonyms in that context. 'in' expresses a wee bit more information: inside. The speaker could be referring to her surroundings, or not.