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- Non-smoking hotel
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... on the third floor and its all stars - which is only a right pain in the **** when you have a ridiculously heavy suitcase … yep I needed a break after the second floor before I could tackle the next flight of stairs. Its a nice little one bedroom flat we rented via AirBNB - the loungeroom and bedroom look out to the water and the Pier, which is a nice bonus. As its someone’s home, it has all the creature comforts, such as a ...
... visited a few more places for snacks during the day...Infinity for vegan lasagne and salads; Filfil for felafel plate (really delicious); and a pie/pasty place which had vegan options (and all pastires were 1/2 price after 5:30pm!! ). Eddie said his favourite food so far was the wholemeal pasty. It is really nice to have something 'traditional' like that.
As we walked home this evening it was cold and windy with a little sleet. We had such a great day by the sea :)
... and grey and floor 3 was blue and green. We went with floor 3.
Once we had got ourselves sorted out we went to the cafe downstairs for some coffee and a snack (to start the process of recovering from all those breakfasts). We established that the key sights were the royal pavilion and the pier, and set off.
The first sight that we actually got to was the dome, more or less just around the corner from the hotel. ...
... introduced me to many of my key informants, and kept me abreast of current political debates...from his perspective, at least! There was also the crew at the local 'cafe', a small shack attached to the mechanic's workshop which sold Chinese 'gunpowder' tea. If I was ever at a loose end, I would head there and shoot the breeze with a group of predominantly Muslim men who never seemed to have anything better to do! And of course there were the okada riders who congregated under ...
... It's iconic, it's hard to imagine the horizon without it. I never got to see it before it properly collapsed. The only times I spent in Brighton before I went travelling and learned to appreciate the world outside of my own little brain bubble was when I used to come down for Brighton Pride where my only mission was to get stupidly drunk, brandish rainbow flags and end up face down in the gutter in a ...