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As the boxes start to pile up awaiting the removal van it will become obvious that one brown cube looks much the same as another. Labelling your boxes as you go will make things easier both before and after your house move. Use color coded stickers to denote rooms and write specifics onnthe side where necessary. Fragile items should be packed seperately and marked clearly as such so that your man and van driver knows that they will require special attention when being loaded and unloaded.
If there is one thing that you can be sure of in the South West, it is of a warm welcome. In fact, Bristol has been recognised as one of the friendliest cities in the entire UK, and when you live in a such a beautiful and vibrant place, it makes sense that you are going to have a smile on your face.
So, what makes the people of Bristol so happy about where they live? Why should it be on your list of possible places to move to if you are looking to relocate? Let’s take a look at some of the best bits of being in Bristol.
Of course, there are plenty of cities that are surrounded by greenery, but there is something really special about Bristol. Not only is it a thriving centre of culture and entertainment. But it is also in the South West of England, which is known for having some of the most amazing green landscapes. Not only this, but you are also not too far away from the coast and you can even pop across the bridge into Wales too.
Sure, Bristol might not have an underground or similar transport system, however, it doesn’t seem to need it. Not only does it have an amazing bus service that you can use to get around, but if you want something a little different then you will also find that the boat buses will get you to where you need to go. Heading a little further afield, Bristol has a great road network that links it to the rest of the UK and if you are coming from even further afield, then you will also find that it has a well serviced airport too.
Chances are that you are not going to choose somewhere to live solely on how great the shopping is there, but it definitely is a perk to living in Bristol. Not only do you have Cribbs Causeway shopping centre, but you also have Cabots as well as a variety of other shops dotted throughout the city too. You also have the furniture giant that is IKEA, should you need some flat pack in your life.
Bristol is a great place to live. Not only is it a friendly and colourful but it is cultured and historic too. It is ideal for those who are living alone, thanks to the thriving social and night life scene there and it is also great for those who will be moving with their families, with plenty of amazing things to do. You just have to decide where in Bristol you are going to move.
Sounds very continental but we stay in the UK :) We have been booked to collect a statue from a Bristol Artist, bring it to Cardiff, wait while they electro plate and then return to Bristol.