Royal York Brighton

Address: 41-42 The Old Steine, Brighton, East Sussex, England, BN1 1NP, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 41-42 The Old Steine, Brighton, is near Royal Pavilion, Visitor Information Centre, Guide Friday Discover Brighton Tour, and Hove.
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Travel Blogs from Brighton

Another goodbye

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Jan 04, 2015

Another set of goodbyes, a smooth train journey to Gatwick in the middle of the night and a long, sleepless few hours in the terminal waiting area before I could go through security and bag checks. In comparison to my journey through here in September, at least this time I only had hand luggage so avoided the potentially long queues at check-in and could go straight through to bag x-ray and then duty-free. No grumpy x-ray staff this ...

20 Things To Do In Brighton

A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Oct 03, 2014

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... the train station for an hour and a half to get home and accept the fact you might leave with your ears ringing from all the bangers. Totes worth it though. #6: Stare At The West Pier That awkward moment when you're going through your photos and you realise you might have a minor obsession with West Pier. If it were sentient it'd take out a restraining order. I love this pier about ...

Day 7, Brighton, Dover and Rye

A travel blog entry by aheatherly on Jul 05, 2014

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The day started off damp, dreary and drizzly. The girls decided to stay in Brighton and "chill" and Sarah and I had plans to go to Dover Castle. The drive to Dover is about 2 hours. As we neared the castle, the skies cleared and the sun came out. As we rounded the bend into Dover, we could suddenly see the sea and the ferries to France. The castle was up on a hill to our left. It was a breathtaking view. Dover Castle ...

Linked with men unknown who once were of thy race

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Mar 18, 2014

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... else go wrong? (never ask that, by the way). A man walking his dogs and baby watched as I delicately whipped off my muddy socks, rolled down my grungy jeans, and put on my shoes, which were now caked in a thick and heavy layer of drying mud. “Hullo,” I greeted him, as if nothing was amiss. I eventually made it back to the road, only to check the bus schedule and find out that the one going in my direction was going to be another 2 hours. I opted to go in ...

Day trip

A travel blog entry by dan-roxy on Nov 03, 2013

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... With a crepe in the hand and no time to waste we were off to check out the famous 'Choccywoccydooda' shop, where they film themselves making amazing cakes. Something I used to watch a bit when I was back in NZ.
Seeing the shop window display for myself was a pretty cool experience, especially when I had seen it through the eye of the camera every other time. ...