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All reviews ss great britain harbour festival market stalls great place to walk millennium square steam train nice walk harbour side boat trip sunny day walk around other attractions couple of hours boats stroll waterside housing
We had an amazing Sunday lunch. Staff were so friendly and accommodating. We were a party of 6 and we all opted for the roast dinner sharing board. This came with 3 roast meats, pork with crackling, lamb and beef. The roast potatoes were good,...More
Sorry to say been passing Bristol on the M5 for 40 years and never been. Big mistake. Lively, fun, interesting. A mix of restored old history and cutting edge. Full of people walking, running, rowing, cycling and watching the world go by
We stayed in a waterfront hotel for an evening event in the city and could watch the regular ferries passing by from the centre to either Trample Meads or Hotwells.
The M shed free museum was nearby but the Arnofini was being redeveloped.
The best things in life are free and a walk along both towpaths of the extensive Bristol dock area will cost you zilch, except if you want to specifically visit the SS Great Britain although you can go round that when undertaking your docks discovery....More
Had a couple of hours to kill before heading to a wedding. Always love heading to the dock area of a city. Interesting to see how theses old working ports are transformed into new landscapes. Here you will find museums, galleries,restaurants and bars, There was...More
Histoical city which can entertain you for the weekend with no problem except what to visit or see first. the docks are interesting to have a walk around both sides, water taxi to get to other side. Lovely restaurants and local food to try. Recommend...More