Bridge Inn New Lodge, Bristol Airport

Address: North End Road, Bristol, England, BS49 4AU, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on North End Road, Bristol, is near Clifton Suspension Bridge Visitor Centre, John Wesley's Chapel, St Werburghs City Farm, and Bath Maze.
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Travel Blogs from Bristol

Royal Crescent, Gardens, American Mus., Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Aug 05, 2015

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Since the house at 'No. 1 Royal Crescent' doesn’t open until 10 we decided to walk through Victoria Park and check out the botanical gardens. The park is very nice with a large playground for kids and several grassy areas for picnicking or walking your dog. We even saw a few runners our for their morning jog. The entrance to the botanical gardens is at the far end of the park. For the most part it is a wild ...

Tour of Bath

A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Aug 04, 2015

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... valuable in today’s currency, it is the sheer quantity from a 200 year span that is impressive.

When we finished at the Baths, we walked around the corner to the Huntsman Inn to attend the ‘Bizarre Bath’ Street theatre at 8. It’s a combination walk around Bath with humorous commentary and a bit of magic. If you like British humor at all, this is a really fun evening out and a good way to walk off ...

Return to Tanzania - Preparations for the Trip

A travel blog entry by hilary.bacon.1 on Feb 03, 2014

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... forward to our visit.

Other initial plans for the trip include a day trip to Arusha National Park, an overnight stay at Lake Chala, visiting Paula, a student we supported several years ago, a visit to the large Memorial market in Moshi and visiting Mandela School where some friends of ours installed a computer lab ...

Plymouth to Bristol

A travel blog entry by dejadoo on Jun 07, 2013

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... relations with the strongly catholic countries of France and Spain and heightened the risk of them becoming potential enemies and invading England. These tensions called for a considerable strengthening of England's defences (forts and naval vessels in particular) which in turn called for a huge increase in Henry's finances. The most obvious source of the required wealth lay in the land, buildings, gold, silver and jewellery owned by the church of which Henry ...

Old and slightly damp

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Oct 03, 2012

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... Not even having booked in for breakfast, there was no rush, for the first time in quite a while.
So we didn't.

It was bright and sunny, so a wander down to the harbourside to find a coffee and a bun was top of the list of necessaries. It is an attractive area with little cafes, bars and interesting little shops, with a few visitor attractions all interspersed with fountains, piazzas and alleyways.

Waiters in bars were busying ...