Avalon Guest Accommodation

Address: 7 Upper Rock Gardens, Brighton, East Sussex, England, BN2 1QE, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 7 Upper Rock Gardens, Brighton, is near Royal Pavilion, Guide Friday Discover Brighton Tour, Hove, and Sarah Kirby Therapies.
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        Kissing Sea Foam

        A travel blog entry by kitestrings on Oct 30, 2015

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        ... down St James street, stopping at the Bella Restaurant. I've had better food for less, which was surely a disappointment, so I polished off the fish left, making it to the Royal Theatre a bit fold but otherwise on time.

        The theatre is smaller than Aylesbury (hard to believe), which meant the cheapest seat I bought was as good as the most expensive, literally right next to me. The play was The Odyssey: Missing Presumed Dead, drawing parallels between Greek ...

        Contemplating the Naval

        A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on Apr 16, 2015

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        ... told us a few places between here and the other side of Portsmouth, the first was unsuitable, we couldn't find the second, and the next was closed down.

        By now we were in town and had parked the car near our destination, and we decided to walk through the shopping area to see what we could find. Answer: nothing. So we just gave up for now and made for the Historic Dockyard area. We wanted to see HMS Victory and the Mary Rose. Although the dockyard is one site, ...

        20 Things To Do In Brighton

        A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Oct 03, 2014

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        ... doing here?!" like I was some manner of carnivorous spy sent in to infiltrate their ranks and openly mock their "cheese." I just ******* love food, I don't care if it doesn't contain portions of carcass. I did feel like I was gonna burst into flames as the stares of a thousand vegans bored into my back though... Anyway.The festivals aren't just prepared food from independent ...

        Day 7, Brighton, Dover and Rye

        A travel blog entry by aheatherly on Jul 05, 2014

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        ... used as a strategic naval station throughout WW II. The tour is very well done. The oldest part of the castle has been furnished with replicas of things that would have been used by its inhabitants from the 1100's to the 1400's and is also done quite nicely. We took the coastal route back to Brighton. It is a narrow 2-way roadway the sometimes accommodates cyclists and cars. Scary. The coastal towns, however ...

        Linked with men unknown who once were of thy race

        A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Mar 18, 2014


        ... and I was soon finished, leaving my mark in the guestbook as a proud descendant of Thomas Payne. I returned to the church to see if I could get inside. The door handle turned, and just before I entered the church, a sign caught my eye. I found it quite meaningful, given the how and why of my arrival into West Hoathly. The beginning of it read: Pause, er thou enter Traveller, and bethink Thee How holy, yet how homelike, is this place; Time that thou spendest ...