Rowan Lodge Hotel
Travel Blogs from Bristol
... and is a city with 7 major hills, so we went on the "Skyline" tour and then the "City" tour. This town, aside from being famous for its water (similar to Daylesford), is famous for its stone - bath stone - and In early days was mined underneath current buildings, so much so that some of the areas we travelled are having trouble with subsidence. In one specific ...
Off to check Cardiff out. Another city.
Onto Bath - wandered around. Used the park and ride, which are common around here since the cities are congested because of the narrow 1800 streets. Definitely the best way to discover what cities are all about is (a) find the information centre and (b) ride the on ...
... is a problem in a number of cathedrals, however the cathedral is Bath is a particular problem because it is so heavily used.
The southwest of England is a beautiful part of the country. The most amazing part to me is that the countryside is green here, as compared to Australia where most things are permanently dead looking. Some of countryside towns are also pretty, and I hope they succeed in maintaining their heritage into the ...
... organist was playing something vaguely the same but not. Oh my. Fortunately we were sitting in the back, so it was not too obviously, and by the time the hymn had finished they had pulled themselves together. I was reminded during our time there that whilst I felt like I was in a time warp, this still was God's house and God's people in this amazing place called the world. ...
I'm still attempting to get my Visa processed for my trip to China / Tibet. I though the Russians were awkward however that one was a piece of cake in comparison to this. I have bored plenty of people moaning about this issue now! The Chinese are very cautious when letting people see their homeland. That said, things are looking far more optimistic on this front, although the Chinese need confirmation of entry into the country (& train tickets can only be ...
Other places to stay in Bristol
Redcliffe Hill, Bristol | 4 star hotelfrom $92
- Lovely City Centre Hotel
- Great city Hotel
- Great Deal
2 Lower Castle Street, Bristol | 4 star hotelfrom $106
- Good facilities but reception and lifts awful
- Clean, large, feather comforters!
- Great value
Cabot, Bristol | 4 star hotelfrom $121
- Complete waste of money/time and sleepless night!!!
- Nice hotel, great location and cheap
- Needs refurbishment
Filton Road, Bristol | 3 star hotelfrom $67
- Staff needs some training in P.R.!!
- A Fairly Good Place to rest up. But....
- Pleasant place to stay
Lawrence Hill, Bristol | 4 star hotelfrom $97
College Green , Bristol | 4 star hotelfrom $134
- Celebration Meal 30 Years
- Not worth the price!!
- Great Hotel
Cabot, Bristol | 4 star hotelfrom $114
- Probably the worst hotel in Bristol
- Not grand at all
- Missing The One Percenters
Cabot, Bristol | 4 star hotelfrom $123
Woodlands Lane, Bristol | 4 star hotelfrom $76
- Dreadful Hotel
- Quite a good hotel - doesn't deserve all its bad press!
Lawrence Hill, Bristol | 4 star hotelfrom $90
- City Inn Bristol- Not the best
- Great place to stay!
New Road, Bristol | 2 star hotelfrom $64
Victoria Street, Bristol | 4 star hotelfrom $92
- Great bathroom!
- Perfectly OK business hotel
Bond Street South, Bristol | 3 star hotelfrom $82
Explore Lane, Bristol | 2 star hotelfrom $54
Beggar Bush Lane, Failand, Bristol | 4 star hotelfrom $81
Lawrence Hill, Bristol | 2 star hotelfrom $94
Welsh Back, Bristol | 4 star hotelfrom $91
- A lovely Experience
- Modern, Stylish and in a Great Location
- Stylish and comfortable
Aztec West, Bristol | 4 star hotelfrom $145
Avon Street, Bristol | 2 star hotelfrom $54
A38 Bridgewater Rd, Cowslip Green, Bristol | 3 star hotelfrom $97
The Haymarket, Bristol | Hotelfrom $86
Sion Hill, Bristol | 3 star hotelfrom $114
470 Bath Road, Bristol | 3 star hotelfrom $85
Welcome Break Services, Bristol | 2 star hotelfrom $69
Saint Paul's Rd., Clifton, Bristol | 2 star hotelfrom $71
St Paul's Road, Bristol | 2 star hotelfrom $75