In one of the back streets...
In one of the back streets near the SS Great Britain can be found the workshops making scenery for the Bristol Old Vic Theatre and opposite are these gates which I think are wonderful. I want some like that in my garden.
In the Cumberland basin three impressive brick warehouses are located. They used to be tobacco bonded warehouses where tobacco was stored before going through the customs and onto the market. These listed buildings dominate the Cumberland basin and are being converted to new uses.
One of the warehouses is now the home to Create centre dedicated to environment protection. The centre hosts a range of events, conferences and exhibitions. On the ground floor there is an exhibition dedicated to sustainable development, environment protection and recycling. Adjacent to the old brick building is the purpose-built Ecohome. The Create centre is also home to a number of organizations working in the field of sustainable development.
'The Tribe Of Frog'
'The Tribe Of Frog'
Yes it really is called that, well actually that is not the only club, infact there are a few that happen on alternate weekends at 'The Depot', the other are 'Ripsnorter' 'Fish' '5' and other organisers who use the venue for a very varied supply of music.
You have an amazing selection of Nutters who love every thing from HardHouse, Techno, Trance, Psy-Trance, Bangin' House, Trip Hop, Beats and Breaks and tunes to chill out to.
Amazing UV enviroments, Top DJ's and Very Loud Music.
There is always a friendly atmosphere in the Three floors Five rooms. Usually opens from 9pm until 6am most times it will cost you £10 to get in and sometime a discount for member. Dance all night and then you can go to the Depot Cafe next door if you don't want to go home right away, you can chill out, have breakfast and listen to more tunes till late morning. There is not a dress code, You most come to dressed to dance and be prepared to sweat alot and almost everyone makes the effort to dress up in bright luminous UV clothing and are what you would call (and indeed are ) Ravers!
Portuguese Food in England
It supposed to be a real traditional portuguese food restaurant but it's not! Nevertheless it has a certain taste of Portugal and you can taste some of the flavours so well known here.
Just don't go for the chicken :) Prego no prato
This is an excellent starting point for touring Bristol, affording a great view of the city. Built in honor of the legendary explorer John Cabot, this tower stands 100 feet tall, atop Brandon Hill. Designed by Bristol architect William Venn Gough, it was completed in 1898.