The Palace Hotel

Address: 10 / 12 Grand Junction Rd, Brighton, East Sussex, England, BN1 1PN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 10 / 12 Grand Junction Rd, Brighton, is near Royal Pavilion, St Peter's, Paintpots, and George Street Gallery.
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    Road trip to Brighton

    A travel blog entry by cwsolie on Oct 26, 2014

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    Kate and I drove down to Brighton to do some exploring. We arrived in the afternoon and wandered around the city to get our bearings. We toured the royal pavilion which has an interesting history and then walked down to the Brighton pier and walked around the arcades and did ...

    20 Things To Do In Brighton

    A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Oct 03, 2014

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    ... pier-from-high-up-selfie whilst trying not to rock it. Oh, and of course there's the option to buy photos and keyrings of you and your mates/family/imaginary friend on the way out to remember that time you spent 8 to look at a lot of water and roofs. #14: SEA LIFE Centre. Firstly, book in advance online or you'll need to remortgage your house in order to afford it. ...

    Lack of Independance day Brighton

    A travel blog entry by tedandanne on Jul 04, 2014

    ... 54 year old spoiled brat and go for a forced paddle and sit in the shade while kids play in sand. Anne cures me by being brilliant and buys me a big sticky bun and a coffee. We head for a drive to try and find the o,d south east camp site and fail miserably Anne has a brain wave and we arrive at a most wonderfull we National trust place called Monks house the home of viginia woolfe and her husband. A winderfull cottage garden and ...

    Harry Potter and the Scorching Sun

    A travel blog entry by nickandjulie on Mar 09, 2014

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    ... then Julie came along and bet their rock stacking record which won her an
    ice cream (16 rocks stacked on top of each other in case you were wondering). We
    all got ice creams and headed back after a big day at the beach. Who would have
    thought that 18 degrees was hot, you could sunbake in a thermal, and rock
    castles instead of sand castles counts as beach fun. How things have changed.

    Next week Nick will be writing from the city of de love.


    Helter Skelter

    A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Oct 12, 2013

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    ... 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 ...