|The jerk chicken and goat curry certainly tasted pretty good|
Unfortunately Sunday didn't prove as special as we expected. Last time we were here the whole city centre was closed off to traffic; bands played, there were street games, performers, kids' play streets, the lot.
|From rhythmic drumming band|
|To melodic string quartet|
|And a street market for flea enthusiasts|
|Fine views in all directions from Cabot Tower|
We headed up the steep Brandon Hill park to the 105ft Cabot Tower at its top, built in 1897 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of John Cabot who sailed the Matthew from Bristol and discovered what became Canada.
|You can probably spot the SS Great Britain in the distance|
|And here's a x65 zoom of the top of its mainmast|
|Sometimes you have to bend the rules a bit|
|Seems the paintballers have had a go at Banksy|
|The impressive exterior of Bristol Museum|
|And equally impressive interior with its Bristol Boxkite|
An intriguing way to end a day that, while not as special as we'd hoped, turned out to be far from routine.