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    If you want to be in the middle of everything--from the Bristol Hippodrome to the Christmas Steps Art Quarter--then Bristol City Centre is the place to stay. Prefer a little more history? The Old City, centered around St. Nicholas Market, delivers, and it bustles with stalls selling everything from jewelry to sweets. There are mouthwatering food stands and small restaurants inside the Glass Arcade. For shopping, Broadmead has plenty of independent retailers. Nature lovers might feel more at home in the suburb of Clifton East, where you'll be close to chic boutiques, leafy walks, and Bristol Zoo Gardens. International foods abound in the St. Paul's neighborhood.

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    • Wills Memorial Building
      Take a tour of the Bristol University Wills Memorial building and meet the 7th largest bell in the UK, as well as being there when the famous Great George strikes. Whilst on the tour, you can climb to the top of the 68m tower and see the panoramic views of Bristol. You will also visit the Great Hall, the Library, the Old Council Chamber and the Reception Room. The tours are held on Saturdays , Prices Visitors: £5 Students and Senior Citizens: Group bookings and Evening tours are available upon request.
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    • Clifton Suspension Bridge
      Designed and built in 1836 by a young engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, this 702-foot-long, 250-foot-high suspension bridge gracefully spans the Avon Gorge between Clifton and Leigh Woods.
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