myhotel Brighton

Address: 17 Jubilee Street, Brighton, East Sussex, England, BN1 1GE, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 17 Jubilee Street, Brighton, is near Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, Prince Regent Swimming Complex, Pavilion Theatre, and Paintpots.
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      A Day at Brighton Beach

      A travel blog entry by on Jan 10, 2015

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      This morning it was back into Harvestor for a continental breakfast. It was a lot quieter today without "Thomas" and family. Ian phoned his Dad and brother fr their birthdays. We drove into town without the GPS navigator which was fairly easy as our hotel is on the London to Brighton road. It was blowing a gale when we parked on the seafront near the Brighton Pier. Nevertheless Jessamy and Amy wanted to walk along the pebble ...

      20 Things To Do In Brighton

      A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Oct 03, 2014

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      ... night party in the region, if not the country. True story. There are seven bonfire societies in Lewes and they're each affiliated with a pub in the town because it's important to involve alcohol when planning things to do with giant fires. Then every year, on the 5th November, there are several big processions of flaming crosses and burning barrels to represent the 17 ...

      The world and his wife go to the seaside

      A travel blog entry by keep-smiling on May 17, 2014

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      ... jangling of bells, clacking of sticks and waving of white handkerchiefs. Elsewhere, buskers, human 'statues' and comediennes attracted visitors - all part of the Brighton Fringe Festival.
      The town was once particularly popular with royalty. The Prince Regent (later King George VI) had a Royal Pavilion built here in the late-18th/early-19th century. It's still here, a well-preserved ...

      Linked with men unknown who once were of thy race

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Mar 18, 2014


      ... but the signposts don’t tell you what route you’re on (the map refers to them as 21a, 22b etc), so if you get lost, you’re a bit out of luck. I managed to navigate myself to Stonelands, the estate upon which Thomas Payne once lived, without much of an issue, although the land today is privately owned, so all I could do was traipse over it and admire the houses from afar. I did, howver, get to say hi to a sheep and her lambkins, as well as ...

      Fiona's Flat Stanley arrives in Brighton!

      A travel blog entry by karawilson on Nov 02, 2013

      1 comment, 33 photos

      ... for a school project – the theatre people got so excited and gave us all a tour. They even opened the “Royal box” and I got to sit where the Queen sat! Ok, that was cool! Next, they took me to the Brighton Pier. Julia and Tommy were most excited about this and wanted me to ride everything! It was absolutely fantastic. Definitely, a place I would like to come back to again. The Wilsons then took me to beach and we checked ...