After a trip to the theatre Royal, squeeze into the Colonade Bar next door, it’s where some of the ’Luvvies’ go after a performance although small the atmosphere is fabulous, you can even order interval drinks and they tell you when the performance is about to start - Sharon
For the very best views over a mammoth area take a trip up to the ‘Devils Dyke’ there are a few busses that make the journey from Brighton. Warm up by the log fires in the Pub , outside the views are stunning, you may get the chance to see the hang gliders launch themselves off the top or the many kite flyers, there are many lovely places to walk to around here.
Every Sunday at Brighton Station (well just behind) there is a huge boot sale and market, it’s best to get the train and walk across the platforms as you can gain access from the last one into the Market. It’s definitely best to get there early in order to get the bargains, but if you don’t find what your looking for there is always ‘Snoopers paradise’ in Kensington gardens not far from here, there are two floors of treasures to rummage through……Ian
Brighton Marina is brilliant with lots to do, from ten pin bowling, shopping eating and drinking Frankie & bennies is good fun as it’s all 50’s music, don’t let on if it’s your birthday…cos they’ll sing to you…Parking is easy and it’s free! Palace Pier has lots of rides but the best thing of all is the hot donuts that they cook for you…and the views are terrific - Elias
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