Arches Hotel

Address: 132 Cotham Brow, Bristol, England, BS6 6AE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 132 Cotham Brow, Bristol, is near John Wesley's Chapel, The Matthew, Christmas Steps, and Easy Runner.
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    Royal Crescent, Gardens, American Mus., Stonehenge

    A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Aug 05, 2015

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    ... skin in their place.

    Next we took the car and drove to the ‘American Museum in Britain’ on the outskirts of Bath. This museum was founded by three businessmen doing business in both Britain and America who realized that the only American museums were in America. They felt it would improve relations between the countries if the British had a place to learn about American history. Using things ...

    Tour of Bath

    A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Aug 04, 2015

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    ... tour didn’t finish until after 1 pm. We grabbed a quick bite to eat at Subway and used the bathrooms. You had to buy something to get the code that would unlock the restroom!

    After lunch we went to the 500 year old Abbey. It was bombed by Germany in World War II in retaliation for the Allied bombing of history sites in Germany. The Abbey was all but destroyed, however it was restored in the 1950s and 60s and it ...

    Bound for Bath and Bristol

    A travel blog entry by kristinaclark on Jun 17, 2013

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    ... took place. Bristol was the port where the slaves were brought in and sold to England. When the anti-movement occurred in England, the English had no problem banning slavery in the country of England, but they didn't ban it in the empire that England had amassed. So Bristol then became the port where all of the goods produced in England's colonies (by slaves) came through.

    Going to the movies on a rainy day

    A travel blog entry by eliseandmatt on Aug 15, 2012

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    ... we had a quick browse. After that we started to head back to the hotel but stopped on the way to buy some lollies from a big lolly shop that had a good range of things I used to like when I was younger.

    We were very glad the rain had stopped by the time we walked back but it had become a bit cool and quite windy instead. On the way back we stopped at St Peter’s Church. It is medieval but was bombed in a blitz on Bristol in 1940 ...

    Barbie and Ken Party

    A travel blog entry by kitestrings on May 24, 2012

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    I don't remember how or why I woke up. I think it was loud and it's the first time in a while I've gotten in the internet in my room. Polished off an email to my penpal in Canada that I drafted up last night in the lounge, then went for breakfast. In order to use of the last of my cheese, I pulled out some pasta for breakfast with the crew and some of the leek/potato soup to defrost in my cupboard.

    I had every ...