Walking Around At Night

So we went to Ikea to buy some stuff. And since we walked a lot, we fed him a lot.

While passing by the Harbourside (Bristol) we realized we havent been here this late. 8ish in the evening. So its late so we might as well be super late. We just park and we decided to go and we will have a short walk to burn those Ikea Meatballs calories.

My son requested that we start with the fountains as it is a bit warm.


I really wanted to take photos of the lights but it is still a bit sunny so no luck.

We just really went around the area where we parked. We saw this and we realized we didnt saw that great big shark when we are in there. Hence those faces…

And they are really in the mood to make faces.

Son wont stop looking at them massive tentacles

And he saw this stack that we hadnt notice before.

It is starting to get dark already. And the lights are pretty!

And yes its warm so they can play with water.

but we cant stay too long. So Goodnight Bristol. We must now go home. See you again soon.

Linking up to:

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall


6 thoughts on “Walking Around At Night

  1. Anonymous

    It’s lovely to be out in the evening sometimes, such a different experience to the daytime . It looks like you had a lovely evening, great photos, love the faces 🙂 #CountryKids
    Sara (@mumturnedmom)

  2. Anonymous

    I used to work in an office that overlooked the fountains when they were being installed. Fun to watch. Specially the way they made the cobbles. The lights make it look fabulous. Nice time to be walking there. #CountryKids

  3. Anonymous

    What a perfect light to enjoy a walk around the town, I can see that the lights make everything come to life at night. Such happy fun photos, thank you for sharing on Country Kids.

  4. Anonymous

    The dusk to dark time can make a walk magical – whether in lovely Bristol or even in the country.

  5. Anonymous

    night walk

    Things always look different at dusk, so many new things to see. it looks like you had a lovely walk around and those tentacles are big!

  6. Anonymous

    Oh your post made me suddenly miss Bristol! We used to go there a lot when my husband used to have weekend lectures. Too bad they moved those to Exeter and Plymouth 😦 Love the photo of your son looking a those tentacles… It’s like he wasn’t so sure whether to be scared or not. So cute! 🙂 #CountryKids.


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