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Fantastic Trip to Bristol - Mindy Collins. Date of travel: Jun 2010
We recently visited Bristol. We had a lovely stay and the attractions I would recommend are the SS Great Britain (a ferry ride across the harbour), the new Blue Reef Aquariam and also a visit to the lovely Clifton Village (including a walk across the famous suspension bridge).
Don't miss Bristol - John Davidson. Date of travel: Mar 2007
Bristol is about 15 miles from Bath and most visitors neglect to make the effort to stop in. Bristol is a wonderful city with lots of lovely pubs and cafes. The big tourist attraction is the Clifton Suspension bridge and apart from being a great feat of engineering it offers awesome views of the city. There is also the industrial museum and the natural history museum to see. With a newly redesigned high street the shopping in Bristol is great. Take a ferry along the river or walk along the harbour, take a walking tour and learn about Bristol's pirate history. Don't miss out.
 
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