Future Inn Cabot Circus Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFuture Inn Cabot Circus Hotel Bristol
There are many things to see. This is a wonderful place to visit.
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... world? Big question, if not a long one! But a good question nonetheless. Why not?! I have nothing to run away from so that bit was easy to answer. But escape....now there's a thought :-) I predict that, although I will enjoy this experience, I will understand and begin to appreciate the brilliance and freedom we experience in the UK compared to other countries even though we take it for ...
... wonderful and the cultural centre of the village. On Maundey Thursday, we saw the 1923 silent movie, The Hunchback of Notre Dame accompanied by the church organ. Two hours of organ music? It was wonderful! The following night Alan and I saw a quartet of young students from the Royal Academy of music perform a lovely program of music. The Abbeys acoustics are just beautiful and we are going to another concert there ...
... we went to Bristol, which I would say Bristol is to England, what Austin is to Texas. And by that, Bristol exudes that super artsy, up and coming, hippy vibe. It is most famous for Bansky, which is a street artist that I am fascinated by. I mentioned him earlier when I went to London but he was believed to have been born in Bristol and has a lot of famous works there. So we walked around town looking at all the Banksy's and shopped. More dreams came true that ...
... leave the group for the morning and explore Georgian period Bath, which naturally included the Jane Austen associated features. We photographed for your pleasure The Royal Crescent (1767-1775) and The Circus (1754-1769) both classic Georgian streetscapes. Many of the terrace houses in The Circus have plaques indicating the names of famous former residents such as Prime Minister Pitt, Clive of India, General Wolfe (of Quebec fame), Livingston the explorer and Gainsborough the ...
... as it kept me guessing where it was.
Eventually i came to the roundabout for the entrance to the airport and turned around and not adverse to more adventure followed the bath road back again, getting stuck behind a learner car driver and the trip to the dual carriageway was very slow and quite torturous until they turned off.
Needless to say the rest of the journey to the M4 was unexciting and we didnt have anymore holdups, but i was glad to get home ...