The Fourth of July is that classic American holiday when all our grandiose display of flags, barbeque, apple pie, and fireworks come together in a delectable slice of true Americana. Many of us fondly remember trips across the state line to purchase obscenely powerful firecrackers. There’s also the annual family trip to the beach and the time-honored tradition of the Main Street parade. These quintessential Fourth of July traditions are what make the Fourth of July…well…the Fourth of July. We took a look around the United States and are bringing your our favorite places to enjoy the Fourth in all its patriotic glory. These are our recommendations for ways to celebrate the Fourth of July.
As Allan Kaprow said, “Life happens on streets. Why wouldn’t art?”, acts of art and creativity happen every day. Once a punishable offense, Graffiti has now become a bona fide art form. It has become an increasingly popular, accepted, and a part of urban life in the 21st century. You will come across different styles of street art as you travel from country to country, city to city. Following is a list of 10 cities for street art around the world
Bristol is a city and ceremonial county in England, United Kingdom. With a population of 463,400, it is the most populous city in South West England. The wider Bristol Built-Up Area has the 10th-largest population in England. The urban area population of 670,000 is the 11th-largest in the UK. The city lies between Gloucestershire to the north and Somerset to the south. South Wales lies across the Severn estuary.
Iron Age hill forts and Roman villas were built near the confluence of the rivers Frome and Avon, and around the beginning of the 11th century, the settlement was known as Brycgstow (Old English "the place at the bridge"). Bristol received a royal charter in 1155 and was historically divided between Gloucestershire and Somerset until 1373 when it became a county of itself. From the 13th to the 18th century, Bristol was among the top three English cities, after London, in tax receipts; however, it was surpassed by the rapid rise of Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool in the Industrial Revolution.
THE MOON-NATURAL MUSEUM
A very big moon worth seing in person. It's a moon, suspended between the first and second floors of the museum.Absolutely free but donations encounraged. a touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram. Not really interesting but definitely worth a visit.J rexommend
Bristol Food | Michelin One Star Wilks Restaurant
1 - 3 Chandos Rd
Bristol, the largest city in the southwest of England, is the second city to appear on the land of the British Isles. It is the most traditional British building, the oldest port, and the most legendary city with historical relics. .
There is a great respect for religious belief in this city, and any legal religious requirements can be met. The culture of the city is diversified. There are people of different races, beliefs and skin colors. When foreigners walk on the streets of towns, there is no sense of ignorance and strangeness. In restaurants, you can taste the world. The city centre is the heart of the city. It is the bus terminal, where most of the city's buses depart, so you can reach any corner of the city by car.
Traveling in this city, it is best to ride a bicycle or take the old tram (The Tram), because it is like walking a rickshaw in old Beijing, the only way to get the most out of the city's ancient Charm.