Address: St Nicholas Court, St Nicholas Street, Bristol, England, BS1 1UB , United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on St Nicholas Court, St Nicholas Street, Bristol, is near John Wesley's Chapel, The Matthew, St Werburghs City Farm, and Bath Maze.
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Travel Blogs from Bristol

Departure Day

A travel blog entry by sleightstravels on Feb 07, 2015

All packed and ready to go by 11.00 a still left a little late. No trouble on the roads and swift service for lunch in the pub so arrived in good time at the parking. Good service as usual and through check in without issue. No question about the skis, boots or hand bags. Bumped into Jim Humphries in the check in queue, pleased they are not headed to our resort - the sauna could have been ...

Beautiful City

A travel blog entry by taramarika on Feb 04, 2015

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... next week... Got to see most sights of Bristol, and the suspension bridge. Beautiful city to say the least. I'm grateful to be here. I've no idea where I'm meant to be, and I figure, I'll let things happen and see where life takes me. I'm not in a rush anymore. I'll end up somewhere sometime... Right now, today, that's Birmingham to see my precious little niece and nephew! I miss you all. And I'm ready for some familiar ...

Bristol - The South West Golden City

A travel blog entry by adammambo1234 on May 29, 2014

... for shopping for people on all budgets.

Transport - Bristol has a large bus system to get to all parts of the city. The city tour bus is also a good way of going to the whole city. Bristol Airport provides regional and international flights.

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They think it's all over .... It is now!

A travel blog entry by makeorbreak on Jul 24, 2013

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... us some indication what they'd be going through the next day (in summary, a LOT of pain!). We had a great ride, bagging our first Alpine col (Col de Sarenne), at a slightly annoying altitude of 1999m!!
The following day we headed up, together with an estimated half a million others, onto the hill, to secure our place. We managed to find some other Brits with a couple of large Union jacks to join, and enjoyed a great few hours of ...

Up Close and Personal with "The Matthew"

A travel blog entry by elfordfamily on Sep 18, 2012

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... he had there. They gave us signed commerative scrolls of all the people who sailed the Matthew that year and agreed to be photographed with us.

It was a piece of history that, while not significant to many, was significant to me, as I learned a bit more about my family's heritage and we could show Amanda and Kate a little bit of where they came from as well.