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Trinity Street, Ribbon Factory, Coventry, West Midlands CV1 1FE
Menu is brilliant, chicken all the way! But this particular Nandos is probably one of the worst I have been to. The service isnt brilliant, and dont try and go in a large group as they seem to panic and not know what to do when your party has more than 5! They also dont speak english, so trying to understand the staff or get them to understand you is difficult.
wiltshire, Bath BA1 1LP
Longleat is a fantastic day out for people of all ages. There is lots to see, and I have gone for quite a few day trips here, each time seeing and doing different things.
There are the lovely grounds, and gorgeous manor house to look around. For people looking for the animal side of things, there is the safari park, which is a brilliant few hours and will keep everyone entertained, just watch out for those monkeys!
There are plenty of places to eat, and different shops to buy reminders of the day, or gifts. Although it is expensive, and each part of Longleat costs a different amount of money added on extra, it is well worth it!
High Street, Bath BA2 4AW
Guildhall Market is worth a visit! Although only small it sells a range of items from lots of stalls, there are clothes stalls, a fancy dress corner, even a small cafe. You could easily spend a few hours in here, browsing the unusual things you wouldnt find on the high streeet.
9 Union Street, Bath BA1 1RW
Jane Noman is a fantastic clothes shop. The clothes are reasonably priced, and good quality. If you’re looking for a nice dress, or a pretty top to go out in, then Jane Norman is the place to go! It also sells bags and excessories to match the clothing in store. It is only a small shop, which means clothes rails are close together, so squeezing in and around people does happen, but it’s worth breathing in to find that perfect evening outfit.
Pulteney Bridge, Bath BA2 4AY
If coming to Bath you must visit Pulteney Bridge. It’s small shops are cute and quirky. A bit of a tight squeeze, but thats all part of the experience, there are even places to go and grab a bite!
The architecture is brilliant, and its in a fantastic location, just on the edge of the city centre, and over looking the gorgeous wier. Take a camera!
Smithford Way, Coventry, West Midlands CV1 1FX
A safe carpark, and average prices. It’s pay on exit which is handy as you dont have a time limit. Plenty of spaces on lots on under-cover floors. All the doors lead straight to the main shopping centre in Coventry. The spiral entrance is also fun for everyone in the car, and used to be the highlight of my visit to town when I was little!
24 Market Way, Coventry, West Midlands CV1 1DL
This shop sells everything from clothes to tattoos! Blue Banana isnt your average retail outlet. It’s interesting and fun. The staff are always very helpful and colourful as mostly covered in tattoos and piercings. It is cramped up though, so no big bags in this little shop. They sell unusual items, especially clothes and shoes, so this shop is also good for fancy dress I find!
5-10 James Street West, Bath BA1 2BX
I love Nando’s. Especially the Bath resturaunt. It’s cheap and cheerful, and easy and fast option if you want a quick, yet enjoyable night out. It’s family friendly, and also offers take out for anyone who doesnt want to sit in. The drinks are free refils, and portions are generous, which is brilliant considering how cheap the food is.
Everything is prepared freshly infront of your eyes, and as soon as you have ordered your food is being cooked, so service is quick.
The location is fantastic, as you’re in the city centre, just above a pub and next to a cinema. You can sit in the window and watch the world go by, and then end your night with a drink in the pub below you.
PS I saw Justin Hawkins in there once!
Broad Street, Bath BA1 5LP
If I could afford to eat at Ask everynight I would. With a wide selection of starters, sides, mains and puddings I could never get bored. The service is excellent, and food is always served with a smile. They have enough space so that the tables arent too close together so you’re not squeezing through, its lovely.
Prices are just right, as the portions of food are large. However it’s a family place also and caters for young children too. Whether you are going with friends or family, you are going to have a good time!
28 Moorland Road, Bath BA2 3PW
This post office is a mess! It’s tiny, and the stock is always all over the shop, even sometimes on the floor. When it is busy they are obviously bogged down, I have many a time had to queue on the street outside for a good few minutes before it has gone down enough to get through the door, and even inside it’s such a squeeze that no one would want to look at the things on the shelves for fear of being crushed!
I have been over or under charged on a few occasions and the staff never seem particularly interested to help you, once they wouldnt even lend me a pen to write an address on an envelope I has just bought.