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Everything You Need To Know About Bristol by Jane Black

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Everything You Need To Know About Bristol

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Bristol is the unofficial capital of the West Country. As well as its rich maritime history, the city also has diverse range of attractions, hotels, bars and restaurants. Bristol is rated England’s fourth best visitor destination and the best time to visit is probably during the summer months when a number of festivals and events are held in the city and surrounding areas.

Bristol has a population of approximately 800,000 people and is the most highly populated city in South West England. Located between the counties of Somerset and Gloucestershire, Bristol is just a short drive away from the historic city of Bath. Gloucester, Cheltenham and Cardiff are also nearby. The city is built around the River Avon, and has a short coastline on the estuary of the River Severn, where it flows into the Bristol Channel.

Bristol has two main train stations. Bristol Temple Meads station is approximately 15 minutes walk from the city centre and has regular inter-city and regional train services to a host of destinations within the UK. It is the oldest continually operating train station on the planet. First Great Western provides the majority of services. Bristol Parkway is the city’s secondary station. It is located several miles north of the city centre. Trains run less frequently to and from here.

Bristol is incredible diverse and has a whole host of attractions. The four main districts are the Old Town, Clifton, Harbourside and the West End. Each area offers something different. The key tourist attractions include the Clifton Suspension Bridge, At Bristol, Bristol Zoo and Bristol Cathedral. There are number of Bristol hotels all over the city.

Bristol is host to a whole manner of festivals, particularly during the summer. The Bristol Balloon festival is not to be missed, as hot air balloon owners from around the country descend on the city and take to the West-country skies.

Bristol is spoilt when it comes to restaurants, bars and hotels. The newly developed Harbourside district houses a number of fine establishments. Bristol also has a rich musical heritage and there is an array of fashionable nightclubs. There are a number of hotels in Bristol meaning there is always a place to stay.

Bristol is one of the UK’s real charms and it’s easy to see why so many people choose to visit each year.

Bristol hotels offer nice, luxurious and comfortable rooms.

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Kerry, this is a little rash, the culoor red is flashing through my mind. Red rag to a bull? Red mist descending?Here are the national figures produced by professional organisations who do not have an axe to grind. The most revealing is AC Nielsen who are an independent market research company. I spoke to their Head Of Communications and has supplied me with the following press releases. This is the basis of their research. The Nielsen On Trade Audit measures Retail DRINKS sales in Great Britain in Pubs, Clubs, Bars, Hotels and Restaurants, via a structured sample of 3300 On Trade outlets, weighted to represent all GB On Trade Licensed outlets, including managed, tenanted/leased and independent pubs. The Nielsen consumer survey referred to in this document was polled 8 months after the Scottish smoking ban was enforced, in November 2006 through the Nielsen Homescan Panel of 10,000. Pub food data was sourced from Nielsen's Pubtrack service which measures sales in over 8000 managed multiple pubs through EPoS inputs. The wet summer of 2007 has added to the downturn but Nielsen analysts estimate that just under half of the 8% decline can be attributed to the smoking ban. Analysis of a year's worth of sales data from Scotland following the ban there last March has identified that volume in licensed premises had fallen some 5%. When compared with trends in England and Wales over the same period, the numbers suggest that the majority of this decline (4%) can be attributed to the smoking ban. So if 4% out of the 5% is down to the smoking ban then drawing on the two sets of figures between 50% to 80% is down to the smoking ban, more to come.

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