Berkeley Square Classic Hotel

15 Berkeley Square, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 1HB, United Kingdom
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73%

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Very Good
31%
64
Average
22%
47
Poor
19%
40
Terrible
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13

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  • Solo57
  • Business56

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French Study Abroad student in Bristol

by mela38

Hi! I am a french girl going to Study Abroad student, at the University of Bristol. I would appreciate to meet with french people and share experience.

Regards,
Melanie.

Re: French Study Abroad student in Bristol

by leics

You will have plenty of opportunities to meet other French people at the university, don't worry!

You will automatically be a member of the Students Union, and there is an enormous range of clubs and societies you can join.

https://www.ubu.org.uk/societies/societies-list

will tell you what's available. I suspect you will want to join Erasmix, which is specifically aimed at students from abroad.

Re: French Study Abroad student in Bristol

by Maurizioago

You should introduce yourself here on VT. First you could write something about you on your homepage and put a pic of yourself.

Re: French Study Abroad student in Bristol

by Suet

Bonjour Melanie!

We are having a weekend meeting at the Manchester Christmas Market (posted here on meetings and events) 22 Nov 2008. I would dearly love to meet up with you and yabber away in my very bad French and you can practise your English with a load of VT crazies!

A Bientot!

Re: French Study Abroad student in Bristol

by dave.richards

As someone who has hosted many international students here in the UK, I feel that you should try and introduce yourself to British (English speaking) students rather than French speaking ones.
Yes, French speakers can, at times, help you translate and understand any work/lectures/tutorials etc that you may have, but to truly get to grips with your studies you really need to mix with English speakers.

I have found that those students of mine who do mix, get a far faster and better grasp of English than those who keep within their fellow countrymen and as a result do far better in exams, tests etc. This is so important when you get into the more advanced stages of university work.

Travel Tips for Bristol

Among the top tourist...

by delon

Among the top tourist attractions is the Clifton Suspension Bridge. An architecture of marvel, this bridge looms high over the Avon River. At night when the bridge is all lit up, one is compelled to cast a glance on it's commanding beauty.

For train spotters there are a...

by greebo

For train spotters there are a few steam trains running in and around the Bristol area. The Cumberland Road is one area where you can spot an old steam engine in action, running alongside the River. Another area in Bristol you can see steam trains is Bitton where a railway club has been set up to preserve the old steam trains, they have their own station and railway where you can ride on the old steam engines.

Genuine Brunel bridge

by TheLongTone

No disrespect to the suspension bridge, but it's not direct from the great man's drawing board. This fine wrought-iron construction is, though no longer used. It's IKB's swing-bridge for the south lock of the floating harbour, and it's rivetted tubular girder construction is a forerunner of his magnificent bridge at Saltash.

It now lies disused under the Plimsoll swing-bridge. When the New Entrance (or North) lock was constructed in the eighteen seventies the engineer pinched it to bridge the new lock. But he then had to replace the old bridge, which he did by using Brunel's drawings. It's this replica, cut down and immobile, that provides access today.

King William, Bristol

by Gyppo about The King William pub

This is a Samuel Smith's pub just off Queen's Square, which only sells beers, wines, spirits and mixers etc. which are produced by the pub brewery. These pubs are cheap, and usually quite good. This is no exception. I had a ploughman's lunch here, which was £4.50 for a lot of cheese, a ciabatta, and some pickle (plus some salad which I obviously ignored). There are lots of board games for the patrons to play, something which seems more common in Bristol than elsewhere. None.

The choice is theirs

by TheLongTone about One Stop Thali Cafe

This is a restaurant claiming to get it's inspiration from the street food of India, and I havn't come across anywhere quite like it. It's like a typical new bristol cafe, (casual atmosphere and an assortment of retro furniture) with a suitably garish fuscia and cerulean blue paint scheme and is a paradise for those who dither over menus only to find that what the people at the next table are eating looks much better. Because all there is on offer here is the thali of the day: a compartmented plate loaded with pillau rice, a dhall of some description, a couple of vegetarian curries and some raita. Your only choice is whether you want pickles and chapattis or poppadoms with it, and what to drink. But basically you eat what's put in front of you. And very good it is too. Actually I've never eaten here, I simply use their novel takaway service. Expensive the first time, since you need to buy an Indian tiffin-carrier for £20 (including food inside). After that you take your tiffin carrier along and they'll fill it for £6. Good deal, Lucille.

Sunday night is music night, with some kind of live entertainment and all thalis a knockdown £5.

Open Tuesdays-Sundays 6pm-11pm.

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 Berkeley Square Classic Hotel

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Address: 15 Berkeley Square, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 1HB, United Kingdom