Premier Inn Bristol Airport (Sidcot)

Bridgewater Road, Bristol, BS25 1NN, United Kingdom
Premier Inn Bristol Airport - Sidcot
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Good residential areas in Bristol

by msr123

I want to have a break in Bristol for a year or so and buy a 2 bed room house/flat. Want peaceful, YOB free, decent area near city centre. Please advise.

RE: Good residential areas in Bristol

by Claire78

Hi - I was at University in Bristol a few years ago. If you can afford it the nicest central area is Clifton - lovely Georgian sqaures, loads of flats, cafes, restaurants etc - definately the prime part of town.
Otherwise - also nice areas are Cotham and Redland.

RE: RE: Good residential areas in Bristol

by msr123

Thanks a lot for your suggestion Katrina. Mo

RE: RE: Good residential areas in Bristol

by msr123

SORRY FOR THE MIXUP. I meant to thank Claire78

Travel Tips for Bristol

See the SS Great Britain -...

by rbaynton

See the SS Great Britain - (expensive to tour) but great to see for free from around & about, and the rest of the harbour & dock area Living there ! Bristol is subtle, it takes time to reveal its delights

Christmas Steps

by mindcrime

This was a small surprise for me. It is a small alley that contains some tiny shops and restaurants. It was very atmospheric walking down the steps of this charming part of Bristol.

The original name -back in the medieval era- was Queene street and some people say that the name Christmas steps is because of a scene that can be seen in a vitro window at The Chapel of the Three Kings of Cologne.

At the bottom of the steps you can taste fish and chips in one of the oldest fish and chips shops in UK. I was expecting to find many book shops like I have read about in some magazines but instead of that I found just some (empty?) buildings although most of them are from the 19th century so it’s worth just to take a look. The funny thing is that I was there during xmas so the alley was decorated for this anyway :)

There are many stories about ghosts in the street because there was supposed to be an old cemetery here in the past but I guess the locals like stories with ghosts like many people in England :)

The christmas steps are very close to Colston Hall, off Colston Street, watch out for the signs because it is almost hidden

Rest and read on

by themajor about Travelling Man

I don't believe you can simply 'go' to a shop specialising in graphic novels, manga, anime etc. At the very least it should be fantasy style 'quest' - although having a bus stop conveniently located immmediately outside does make it somewhat less challenging than one might imagine.

The hordes that lie within are of the distinctly non-threating variety but if you took away their laptops and anime I sure they could be provoked into becoming slightly touchy. There are comics here that defy description. I shall not describe them. Needless to say it is less of a Beano and Dandy emporium- though I'm sure they'll be featured in at least one of their specialist books - and more of a cultish, quirky assemblage of stuff. There are posters, tshirts, games and dvds too. Admittedly not on the same scale as the other BIG local store Forbidden Planet but you are still likely to find things here that you wouldn't there and vice-versa.

So what was the noble quest? To seek out the Holy Grail? Defeat dragons for virginal maidens in distress? No. It was to find back issues of One Piece and Shounen Jump. Far too easy. No bloodshed required, not even a soul-destroying riddle to solve. I mean, what self-respecting dragon would accept credit cards? Much manga, all anime, countless comics... From relatively little to quite a lot

Park & Ride

by diocletianvs

Bristol's city council is making efforts to solve the traffic problems in central Bristol, and one of the schemes that is evident is the Park & Ride service. There are three large parking lots on the outskirts of Bristol - in Portway, Long Ashton and Bath Road. Parking here is free, all you have to pay is the bus ticket to the centre of Bristol.

Park and Ride buses have clearly visible logos and I've seen them circling around streets of Bristol quite often so if you plan to visit Bristol by car you might be interested to read more about this service by clicking on the link below.

Yummy!!

by JuliaK about Quartier Vert

QV has a nationally acclaimed reputation and, as importantly, is something of an institution in Bristol . It has close connections with the Soil Association, with the Slow food Movement, with key thinkers, writers and chefs in the world of food, with schools and colleges and with producers, growers and farmers. QV reflects a certain approach to life through its commitment to the highest principals of good food and good business ethics. I just came back from one of the most "thoughtful" dinner I had!!!
The taste was absolutely great!!!
I have to admit though that the service was not as good as the food was..... Good for them that the chef is amazing otherwise I would have not left any tip at all!

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Address: Bridgewater Road, Bristol, BS25 1NN, United Kingdom