The Clifton Suspension BridgeWe started in Clifton Village, home to boutique shops, fancy restaurants and pubs, and walked the few hundred yards to Royal York Crescent, a Georgian terrace of 46 houses reminiscent of the Royal Crescent in Bath. It's one of the most expensive streets in Bristol.
Royal York Crescent in Clifton
Clare taking a rest in the CrescentWe then strolled up to the Suspension Bridge and examined the anti-suicide wiring at the edge of the pedestrian walkway. The bridge noticeably rocks as cars go by and I, at least, was feeling twinges of vertigo as we exited towards the Roman Catholic Cathedral.
Clare in Clifton RC CathedralOn the way we passed the traditionally-spired evangelical Christ Church (1841) which was locked - the Cathedral was, as you can see, open.
A Bullfinch in our front gardenAs the Portway was blocked by an earlier incident, we drove back across the Suspension Bridge and this new route seemed just as quick.
And here's a bonus picture of the author.