Best Western Leigh Park Hotel

Leigh Road West, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, BA152RA, United Kingdom
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Average
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Poor
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Erasmus in Bristol

by harukah

Hi! I am a portuguese girl going to Erasmus next October, at the University of Bristol. Can anyone please help me with a place to stay? What are the safest areas? I am totally lost.

Regards,
Marta.

Re: Erasmus in Bristol

by leics

You should contact the university, and students' union (you will automatically be a member of this) for good, useful advice on suitable accommodation.

The relevant contact point for the University's Erasmus students is on this page:

http://www.bristol.ac.uk/internationalcentre/europe/contacterasmusstudy.html

This page tells you about Erasmus accommodation:

http://www.bristol.ac.uk/accommodation/ugs/ex/

This is the students' union website page about accommodation:

https://www.ubu.org.uk/support/welfare/welfare-by-issue/housing

and here are their contact details:

https://www.ubu.org.uk/support/welfare/ubu-welfare-contacts

Use the university's support network: it's what it is there for. No-one is expecting you to sort everything out by yourself!

You'll enjoy your time at Bristol!

Re: Erasmus in Bristol

by harukah

Thank you so much!

I already knew the university sites, but the two last links are going to be useful, I think.

How about the city? Can you give me some tips about the city life? I already searched, but I wanted to know more...

Thanks again!

Re: Erasmus in Bristol

by leics

Although I'm a Brit, I have to admit I know little or nothing about Bristol: it's not somewhere I've ever explored.

But lots of VT-ers do. Have a look at the Bristol pages you'll find linked on:

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Avon/Bristol-316317/TravelGuide-Bristol.html

There nearly 700 tips about what to see/do/where to go as well.

You'll know more than I do about the place by the time you've read them all!
:-)

Re: Erasmus in Bristol

by harukah

Thanks again!

The more I know, the better prepared and confident I'll feel!

Re: Erasmus in Bristol

by leics

You will be absolutely fine.....remember, you won't be the only overseas student, and you'll find that within just a couple of days you'll have new friends. be exploring, having fun etc etc.

O.....and studying as well, of course! :-)

Re: Erasmus in Bristol

by grets

Bristol is an extremely multicultural city, with a lot to do for students. I am sure you will have a great time here.

Travel Tips for Bristol

For a truly excellent Chinese...

by stueymac

For a truly excellent Chinese meal, visit The Mayflower Restaurant in King's Square. It is underneath the Chineses cinema in the Kingsdown district of the city. The Chinese chefs eat here...it is brilliant; the Peking Duck is the best in the world! Whenever I am away, I miss my local pub - The Hauliers Arms, Pilemarsh, Redfield (tel 0117 939 9928). It's a friendly pub - the atmosphere friendly and relaxed, they serve good food and great Guinness. You'll normally find at least one of my family in there, of an evening and if so get talking - we are a very friendly bunch....and my dad is a local legend!!

Victoria Rooms. Not much...

by greebo

Victoria Rooms. Not much inside the building but the exterior is fabulously ornate building with grecian pillars and a elaborate fountain outside. Why oh why do students think they are the first one to put foaming bath oil into the fountains and that nobody has ever done it before.

A proper bascule bridge

by TheLongTone

although no longer functional. The Radcliffe Way bridge was built between 1939 and 1942, and at that time must have been of enough economic importance not to get shelved in favour of building more munitions. One of the art-deco styled control rooms still has the original cumbersome electrical switchgear still in it, preserved by the same inanition that saved the cranes on Princess Wharf.

brb @ The Hill, Bristol

by Gyppo about brb

brb @ is an annoyingly named yet average chain which buys up traditional pubs and turns them into almost posh bars. I believe brb stands for Bar Room Bar - quite. If all that sounds negative, don't be put off, as they tend to be OK, and the Bristol branch at Cotham Hill in Clifton (off Whiteladies Road), is actually pretty good. The staff are friendly, and the food (pizzas and sandwiches/wraps) is alright., at about £7 per portion. This one had TVs for sport. None.

Friendly Italian restaurant

by suvanki about Numero Uno

I've visited this restaurant a few times now, due to attending meetings, it's now the after meeting venue.

A nice atmosphere. Although there are now about 30 of us, the staff usually manage to get our orders sorted without too many problems.

Each visit, the food seems to get better!
The carafes of House Wine are quite pleasant too!

The staff are all friendly and helpful, but not intrusive.
All the chefs are Italian and trained in Italy

Tables are set out in 2 rooms, one on ground level, the other up a small flight of stairs. (Toilets are up a flight of stairs too)

Extensive menu and Specials board

Student Discounts

Open 12.00 -14.30
18.00 - 23.30 Mon - Thurs
18.00 - 24.00 Fri - Sat
18.00 - 22.30 Sun
Apparently Renato, the owner has opened another Numero uno in Clifton Mall. Mmmmmm - probably any of the seafood and pasta dishes!

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 Best Western Leigh Park Hotel

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Address: Leigh Road West, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, BA152RA, United Kingdom