Day 1: Afternoon
short we were harassed and robbed. But no negativity here as Brighton is a beautiful city.
also when it’s dark, it’s all lit up and looks amazing in the water reflection.
delicious and really good priced. If you fancy an alcoholic beverage, there are plenty of
places on the sea front to have some cocktails afterwards, also.
If you are into your alternative music and love a good dive bar, Sticky Mikes Frog Bar is the place for you, it’s also a music venue that has regular gigs.
cease the day. After walking around the Lanes which is one the most highly
suggested things to in Brighton, we came across The Breakfast Club.
I have always wanted to go to the London branch but every time I’ve been, it has been
super busy and it certainly didn’t disappoint, if you were interested but didn’t
want to chance waiting for a table you can call and book a table.
stopping for a cocktail (or two) in numerous pubs we came across the Royal Pavilion. Every time I research Brighton, and read blog/vlogs of Brighton, everyone has visited here and its one of the main reasons I wanted to go. It has such a massive resemblance to
something you will find in India and its absolutely beautiful. The Palace was
built for King George VI as a seaside pleasure palace. Today, it hosts tours
and weddings, and with some luck a wedding was taking place when we arrived.
After basking in the sun, it was time for lunch. My friends
were recommended The Hope & Ruin by lots of people.
The Hope & Ruin is a full vegan restaurant &
music venue with most of their alcohol being vegan too. I wish I was being paid
to say this but this place is incredible. I’m going to be honest, I wasn’t expecting
much after trying vegan cheese, previously and me being the biggest cheese fiend person I know, but my gosh, it was amazing. I ate the deep fried olives which
came with garlic mustard mayo and I also had the chilli cheese fries. If you’re heading to Brighton, vegan or not you have to try this
place out as it’s such a cool and quirky place also.
lie down it was time to get our glad rags on again and head to La Choza. I wasn’t that bothered
what we did all weekend but I knew I wanted to eat Mexican. The menu was really
good, you could choose what you wanted section by section and for someone who
is a little fussy like me, was perfect. I had a burrito bowl and it was very
tasty, and I have to mention the perfect amount of sour cream (sour cream is
not have tequila we headed to The Haunt. When doing some research The Haunt was
one of the high recommended places, it was a little crowded (but it was a Saturday
night) and if your into your 80’s pop, then I would definitely recommend.
Brighton Train station is situated in the centre of Brighton, and a 10 minute
walk to the seafront.
around a 30 minute train journey away from Brighton.
WHERE TO STAY IN BRIGHTONWe stayed in a Hostel called HostelPoint. I would not recommend this hostel to anyone. Even though the price was super cheap, there definitely was a reason for this.
There are a lot of Hotels, BnB’s, and AirBnB’s right on the sea front, or there are lots in the city centre.
Click to search for hotels in BrightonAirBnb for me is the best option, whether you want to stay in a private room, or have the entire place to yourself. If you have not used AirBnb before, click THIS LINK for £25 travel credit by signing up!
If you are thinking about heading to Brighton, then check out the Visit Brighton page to find out if there are any events happening, and to find out more about where to visit.