Lions and Tigers and Suspension Bridges

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There is no better way to start the day than breakfast in bed.P1260580

After filling up on bacon and hash browns we set off for Bristol Zoological Gardens situated in the Clifton area, it’s just a short bus ride from the city centre.

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Red panda’s are ridiculously adorable.

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Don’t let the blue skies fool you it was rather chilly but that didn’t stop us from being big kids.

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Having a cracking time.

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After trying to steal a red panda – I’m kidding, we set off to watch the sunset at the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

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After watching the sun slowly sink behind the horizon we turned back to the main part of the city in search of dinner.

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Which we found at the amazing tapas restaurant Pata Negra, I highly recommend a White Sangria with your food.

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Make sure you didn’t miss Day One of our mini break.

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