Travelodge Brighton Seafront Hotel
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Very nice hotel from the outside, but it does not have the best service.
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... was almost blown away being the lightest. The ocean was being whipped up into a torment of froth and spray which coated our glasses. There is nothing like a walk along the Brighton Beach on a nice day (apparently). We reached the Pier and had a small break from the wind as we walked through the amusement arcade. That was after the obligatory photos with heads in the painted characters ("I have been to Brighton Pier"). It was ...
... high up, but **** like that just doesn't work here so why they're spending an absolute **** tonne of cash on the i360 tower mystifies me. Anyway. This sky voyage. Yes, sky voyage. You get a minimum of three revolutions as the dulcet tones of Steve Coogan entertain you with amusing yet informative commentary. Three revolutions is plenty as you shuffle around the pod thingy to get ...
... kids off in the searing heat at the paddling pool and head back to kwick fit. 40 mins later I sm back at the beach having failed miserably to get the 3 miles back to the garage. Traffic and heat are absolutely murder! Anne and kids are having a great tome in paddling pool and I seetle into a lovely deck chair and immediately regret it, no breakfast, car sun and heat all combine to pound my headache into horrendous petulance! I turn into ...
... years, lined the main streets, now filled with cafes and clothing shops.
We arrived at the beach and walked straight onto their pebble sand. So different! After running down to the water, and then slipping and sliding on the stones back up to the top, we headed out to the Pier. There was a giant Ferris wheel signalling the start of nostalgia. The Pier opened with lights and dazzle. There were crepes and lollies and fish and chip stands lining the entrance. We walked ...
... br> There are two notable piers in Brighton. The west pier built in 1866 has been closed since 1975. After 2 fires and several storms, all that is left of the pier is the framework of the pavilion and the far end of the pier, but there are plans to restore the pier to its former glory. The Palace Pier, is the most well known part of Brighton and was our next stop. The Palace Pier was built in 1891.The Palace Pier has lots of little shops and restaurants as well ...