The Wheatsheaf Inn

Address: 41 High Street, Bristol, England, BS36 1JH, United Kingdom | Inn
 
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Travel Blogs from Bristol

Is this escape or running away?

A travel blog entry by gone.girl on Apr 10, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... 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 ...

The Cotswolds countryside

A travel blog entry by libbycav on Apr 08, 2015

12 photos

... br> Jen and Matt flew in from Den Hague to spend Easter with us and we enjoyed their company as we explored the Cotswold landscape. We are trying to determine which is actually the prettiest village in England.
My guide said it is Castle Combe, the little village where the movies Dr Doolittle and War Horse were filmed. The Readers Digest suggested it is Bourton-on-the-water -" the Venice of the Cotswolds". ...

Easter Extravaganza

A travel blog entry by kelseamarshall on Apr 08, 2015

10 photos

... 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 ...

Vegfest

A travel blog entry by vegi_table on May 25, 2014

41 photos

... more 'British fare’ – more pies and pasties and vegan fish and chips and things like that. There was a pie stall, but the pies were cold, not heated, which as a bummer. I felt it was a bit like when we went to the vegan Christmas festival in Hannover – just a bit let down that it wasn’t more…Christmasy, and with this one I guess I was just expecting it to be more British!!! More pies and mushy ...

Trains & the Countryside

A travel blog entry by jesustonsils111 on Aug 06, 2013

2 comments

Today was my first official train ride! After my scare with the spider this morning (I am still alive) we went to Paddington Station. I got to touch Paddington Bear's nose (oh joy!) and hopped a train to Bath. It was quite an enjoyable ride. We had entertainment centers that we could monitor the train's progress, and we went through Swindon. ("Swindon...we are monitoring you on our instruments...right now we've ...