The Vincent. Situated just off the popular White Ladies Road, in the Redlands area, The Vincent will be compromised of 1,2 and 3 bedroom apartments. The complex, whose buildings are inspired by local heritage sites, include a cafe, gym, spa and outdoor eating area to allow for al fresco dining. PegasusLife's goal is to change how people think about getting old and their living spaces aim to improve the health and social lives of their residents. I, for one, think Bristol is the perfect location for this with a plethora of restaurants, shops, museums, a theatre, live music venues as well as parks and greenery all within close proximity.
Gloucester Road - Rumoured to be home to more independant businesses than any other road in the country, Gloucester Road is great as you can find something a bit different - Carribean, vegan/veggie only and Turkish food outlets, for example.
Street Art Walking Tour - An opportunity to see some fab graffiti and learn about Banksy's life and work for under £10.
Bristol International Balloon Fiesta - Running in August annually, this festival makes for a great day out for all ages.
Summer Series - Taking place at the Harbourside, the summer series has seen some chart-topping acts grace it's stage including James Bay.
Pieminister - Pieminister pies are probably Bristol's most famous by-product! Offering a wide selection of meat or veggie pies, there's several branches of restaurant and cafe appearing around the city so be sure to check them out.
*Written in collaboration with Pegasus. Content and views my own. Some photos taken by Juan.
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