The Wheatsheaf Inn

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

A pleasant week in Weston super Mare

A travel blog entry by robncarol on Jul 12, 2015

3 comments, 1 photo

... for a Disney movie. They were paying very well so everyone had to work around them. The challenge of having to pay to maintain these places must be huge. We also had a look at the Bishops Palace and the lovely cobblestone streets. It is hard to believe how important and powerful the church hierarchy were back in those days. We called in to Axbridge on the way home. It was another nice medieval village with SUCH narrow streets. It would be a ...

Birmingham

A travel blog entry by kieranjg on Jul 12, 2015

1 comment, 2 photos

In Birmingham it was cricket the whole time. It was very exciting watching a county game. I saw Ryan Sidebottom get 5 wickets Aaron finch get 78 and got to meet Jason Gillespie and Aaron finch. I also got to to hold the natwest t20 blast trophy which is like our big bash. In Cardiff ...

Gloucester

A travel blog entry by cruise15 on Jul 11, 2015

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We left Symonds Yat yesterday and drove home through Gloucester, Bourton on the Hill, Morton on the Marsh, Stow on the Wold and through and Southside of Cottswolds it's beautiful pastoral county area fill of stone and thatched homes then followed a muck spreader phoo in winter cattle are brought inside and their sewage is collected into underground pits then at later stay is pumped up and used ...

Short UK Recap

A travel blog entry by mgrewal on Jun 21, 2014

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I got to my Uncle's house the first day and ended up sleeping most of that day. I was pretty exhausted from doing my Hong Kong and Dubai trips. On the 2nd day, I went to Central London with my cousin, Gurpuran. We began the day by visiting the London Dungeon. I had been once before, but it was in a different location. This time, the dungeon had a new location, right next to the London Eye. I really felt it was improved over last visit. ...

Lona's family

A travel blog entry by artell on Sep 27, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... and down Porlock and it's 1 in 4 gradient. Stopped off near Bridgwater on Sedgemoor for a lunhch snack and finished up in Bristol at about 2.30, probably 2 hours later than we would have if we had used the M5 motorway.

Not the best week to have come and stay with Chrisand Tasha as they are moving house this weekend. Amazing that I rang boyhood friend Dave Butt on Tuesday night worried he might have moved on as the last I heard ...