Thornbury House

80 Chesterfield Road, Bristol, England, BS6 5DR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 80 Chesterfield Road, Bristol, is near John Wesley's Chapel, The Matthew, Clevedon Court, and St Werburghs City Farm.
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Travel Blogs from Bristol

Mondays aren't so bad!

A travel blog entry by loretta.browne on Aug 11, 2014

3 comments, 9 photos

... few weeks of getting my life sorted to take the trip as stress free as possible, not that I haven't been mentally stressed, it's just none of you have added to it. It's been lovely to see those I have and appreciate all your help in getting sorted including tips for travelling, lend of useful things, parting cards and gifts, giving me time off, storage of my belongings, cleaning and sorting my flat, buying my car, driving us to ...

Bon Voyage

A travel blog entry by chrisbainbridge on Aug 11, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... o'clock, Kronenbourg o'clock (ok so that one is not so British but you get the picture!) Thanks to everyone who came and made it such a special day especially those who travelled from so far with children in tow it was great to see you all. Special thanks to both our families just for being so great and to Jeremy for being the official photographer. Next stop Rio de Janeiro ...

Home sweet home

A travel blog entry by katschofield on Aug 10, 2014

2 photos

After an easy crossing yesterday evening we made the trek from Dover to Somerset. Matchsticks in the eyes we arrived at home at 11.30pm. This morning we contemplated the task ahead of unpacking and washing everything, this was interrupted by the discovery that Coco, one of our ...

Bound for Bath and Bristol

A travel blog entry by kristinaclark on Jun 17, 2013

18 photos

... 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.

Finding Bristol international Airport

A travel blog entry by fluffybunnyfeet on Oct 13, 2012

This has got to be one of Bristol's best kept secrets, i thought i had better do a trip to the airport so i knew where it was on the day of travel, this was fine, trying to be clever i thought i might try to find it from Bath Spa side, this started off reasonably well, following the signs to Bristol and then getting on the ring road that had Bristol Airport sign, headed towards Bristol and the signs vanished, found a sign for Chew Magna, knowing that the lakes are nearby there ...

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