Short Breaks from Bristol Reviews
Description:Ever needed to just get away, but you can't go for too long? Please tell us about your short breaks away (e.g. day ... more
Newest Review: ... and at the other end of the age range, my Dad recently turned sixty, so how would the old boy fare? (Actually, he was probably the fittest adult in our group!) After paying, my Dad and husband decided to book a tractor ride too, which costs extra. We were given tickets for the 2pm one. Then we went into the main farm area and the first thing the girls dragged us to (Ha!) was the Museum of ... more
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by - written on 23/08/05 (Very useful, 630 readings)
My Dad, my step-mum and my little sister came over to see us last weekend. Beth (ickle sis) will be five years old next month, so there are almost thirty-one years between us and in fact, my four children are older than she is! So Beth is Auntie to kids aged nine, twelve, thirteen and fourteen! So Beth is at an age where she really needs to get out and about and run off some of that energy, so we wanted to go out somewhere local for the day and were trying to find places that fulfilled certain criteria. 1) They had to be fairly near. My Dad had driven for most of the day before. 2) They had to be reasonably priced, as eight of us would be ... Read the complete review
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