Brizzle is the Shizzle

IMG_0740.JPG, originally uploaded by hayley.bailey.

(The title is ashamedly stolen from my good friend Matt in the Hat. Why do we say good friend anyway? Its not like you would have a bad friend, they just wouldn’t be a friend)

After much nagging and questions from my friends about whats the best things to see and do in Bristol, I am going to put together a bit of a guide to my favourite city.

If you have any suggestions of places to include, or want to know anything specifically, let me know!

(Oh, and the picture is an old one of mine of the Wills Memorial Building and the City Museum)


  1. TheBUxt says

    SS Great Britain is always a good place to go oh and you could go see Clifton Suspension Bridge as a sort of Brunnel orgy! Bristol Museum was always good even without Banksy I hope his lil visit helps people to se that! I’m proud of our zoo especially as you can now get up close and personal with a lemar (the primate not the singer!) Go on then wack park street on it as a zainy place to shop and all the other places lead of from it as well!

  2. Sian says

    I always try and make it to PieMinister when I go to Bristol (so now you know who ate all the pies…).

    Tips on good cheap and quick places to eat in the centre would be good. Pre-gig food always means Falafel King to me, but other recommendations would be appreciated!

  3. Matt Gibson says

    St. Nicholas Markets is always a good bet for something. And get a ferry somewhere — maybe catch a boat from the Centre to get your visitors to the SS Great Britain…

    I also like the view from Brandon Hill, and especially from the top of Cabot Tower (is it open again yet, damn it?)


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