91 Bath Road, Bristol, England, BS18 1SR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bristol

Bath & Beyond

A travel blog entry by shirleyjack


... way of doing beach for us. The pier was about 300metres long, lots of benches so you could sit in the sun and at the end there were restaurants and lots and lots of arcade games. I couldn't tempt Nev in to the house of horror or on to the crazy circus ride.
We retraced our steps. I managed to do a little shopping on the way to the car park and then took the same route to catch all those photos we missed on the way ...

And on to Bath

A travel blog entry by shirleyjack


... The address of the guest house was given as Garden Place, which is part of Upper Bristol Road! And to boot there were no parking lines on both sides and a footpath diverted onto the road on the other side. I figured with all the messing around I was allowed to stop on no parking lines between no stopping cones. It worked, and while Shirley sorted out ...

Cardiff hotel Park Plaza

A travel blog entry by ehattabaugh


... was really close to the train station though, so I guess either way, one taxi ride would have been a bit longer anyway. Every healthcare professional I talk to mentions the high incidence of alcohol abuse here. There are pubs on every corner, and it seems to be quite a social event. I hate to make another sit com reference, but like one of the How I met your mother episodes, I ...

Stonehenge and Bath

A travel blog entry by morada2007

... beautiful city, and in fact, the entire city has been chosen as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, because the city is very old and is still well preserved from when the Romans were there and had created the baths all over the city. The river runs over what looks like a huge bath, and the rest of the city is mostly touristy, but it's really not so bad. Me and Jake might try to go back to Bath before the end of our trip once we get back to London.

Hever Castle, Stonehenge and Bristol

A travel blog entry by micpacfamily


... a creek and even a moat. It was the smallest castle we've seen so far, which allowed us to imagine a family actually living there. While Brad and I toured the castle, Lucas and Anthony chose to forgo the audio tour, and in turn, explored more of the gardens chasing each other and watching ducks. They even befriended a swan that followed them along the bank of the creek. I was in heaven.

Leaving Hever was very hard for me but I was almost as excited to visit ...


This hotel, located on 91 Bath Road, Bristol, is near Avon Valley Railway (AVR), Avon Valley Country Park, Willsbridge Mill, and Bath Abbey Heritage Vaults.
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