A Walk through Bristol

Daughter and I were lucky to have Cheryl Morgan to guide us through the historical and market delights of Bristol, which made all the difference.
Above: You are never far from the water in Bristol – once one of the great ports of Europe, with some unpleasant ties to the slave trade.
Below: The city is full of little corners of architectural gems from the past.

Below: what about the delightfully camp guys on the church clocktower?


A Walk through Bristol — 2 Comments

  1. Loved the guys on the clock tower.

    When were you due to leave Glenda? No-one in ther UK seems to be complaining about ash.

  2. Lovely photo essay. I lived 5 years in London and never visited Bristol. Now between Cheryl's taking up residence there and the BBC's Series 'Being Human' (soon to decamp to Cardiff)I'm realizing I missed something quite intriguing

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