Days Inn Bristol M5
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Off to France,
... continue the pub crawl.
Next stop - The Hatchet Inn - open since 1500!!!! Now the tattooed staff are serving students and music lovers alike as it sits opposite the Bristol O2 Arena.
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... us circus folk do on a Thursday night!
It was by a group called Apocalyptic Circus, and it was one of the best shows I have seen.
I love the smaller shows like Circa, GOM, and these guys a lot more than the big productions. I think because it is easier to see myself be a part of it that it is to see me in CdS.
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