May 25, Let me tell you about my favourite city in the whole world:
This time around, though, we decided to mix things up. So how to decide where to go? Neither of us knew anything about it, but when we discovered there was a direct two-hour bus from Heathrow Airport, our minds were made up. It was worth a look, right?
It was worth more than a look. By the time we left, just four days after we got there, I was smitten. Bristol is now, officially, my favourite city in the UK. There are dozens of trails close by in the My favourite city, including a mile long-distance path that starts in nearby Bath.
Leigh Woods, just over the other side of the Clifton suspension bridge, was a lovely place for a wander. We met my brother at the central train station on a glorious sunny day, walked up to Clifton and enjoyed a leisurely coffee, before heading over the bridge and around the woods for a couple of hours.
We may have then spent an equal amount of time lazing around in the huge beer garden at the White Lionoverlooking the bridge and river gorge it crosses.
And yes, there was cider involved. As there should be at the end of any hike. The Great Views When reading up on Bristol beforehand, all the articles seemed to comment on its steep hills.
With hills, come views. Great views, in fact. The most well-known are from Cabot Tower, on Brandon Hill, and of course the famous one from the Clifton suspension bridge. Even from somewhere as mundane as the top of the Ashley Vale allotments, where I found myself one afternoon after putting a little too much faith in Google Maps, there were sweeping views out over the city and surrounding countryside.
The Food Scene Oh man, can we just take a minute to talk about the food? As I was sitting down to write this post today, I saw a news article talking about the latest edition of the Good Food Guide in the UK.
The city with the most new entries outside London? The days of infamously-bad English food are well and truly gone, at least in the south. Hell, even the damn kebab shop a few steps from our accommodation was super-tasty.
There was a great little weekend selection of food trucks beside the water momos for the win! The biggest problem with our time in the city? Bristol was no exception. The name alone got me in the door.
I like that kind of place. Most decent pubs had a rotating craft cider on tap, and restaurants always seemed to have a local, oddly-named selection or two on the drinks menu. Trust me, I tried. Sure, chain stores were around back then, but even the high streets still had plenty of family-run butchers and clothing stores, restaurants and cafes.
That says it all. The Stokes Croft neighbourhood, especially around Cheltenham Road, has a good, if odd, mix of independent businesses, so much so that the chain stores stick out awkwardly, as if unsure of their place.
Patches of the downtown area are the same, especially around the Christmas Steps bonus: One-off cafes, bars and restaurants abound. Sure, we were there in the middle of summer, which meant seeing the harbourside at its best.
The sun glistened off the river, brightly-coloured houses almost glowing on the hills above.Ahead of the start of the new Premier League season, Leroy Sane has pored through the City TV library to select his favourite goals and assist from our record-breaking /18 campaign.
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