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... Both were fantastic, very impressive!
After that we meandered through The Lanes and into North Laine, such cute and quirky little stores to window shop at.
We made our way to the Brighton gallery and museum at The Dome and then took a spin around the Royal Pavilion. What a wonderful and ostentatious example it is. The dining hall, music room, and kitchen were the most stunning of rooms but I also liked the hidden servants hallways...not to mention the ...
... by my mum and dad who were both excited to see us! We filled them in on our trip and they let us know of everything that's happened while we were away!
I managed to tick off 11 places in my '501 Places to See Before You Die Book' which I'm really chuffed about!
I am also super excited to sleep in my own bed after 2 weeks of hostels, blow up mattresses and cheap hotels! And that's my cue to go to bed!
Ness (and ...
... 8217;t do immigration upon departures! How bizarre is that? Anyhow, it was easier for us but I was a bit disappointed that I wouldn’t get to show the immigration officer our semi-sorted, 100+ camping receipts for the past year! Megs had been diligent in counting the days we spent out of France (for which we had a long stay visa) as legally, we were not supposed be in the Schengen zone for more than 90 days out of any 180 day period. That is partially why we ended ...
Every year, a couple of thousand people wander through Brighton drooling blood, making their intentions to consume the brains of passers by abundantly clear and generally getting in the way of traffic when Beach Of The Dead takes to the streets. I'm not gonna lie, as soon as I heard about this I got freakishly excited about it so despite 7am being a time I don't believe in on account of it clearly ...
... diamonds, hearts and spades on the roofs - we have no idea why and would be grateful if someone could enlighten us?
On our walk we saw the ruins of a building in the ocean and were a bit perplexed by the lack of explanation about what the building was and why it was in ruins. Some 'googling' since has told us that the building that we saw used to be the majestic West Pier which was built in 1866. It had not been ...