Budgies Guest House

7 Madeira Place, Brighton, BN2 1TN, United Kingdom
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Ferry to Dieppe

by spiff1971

Where could we get some information on taking the ferry to Dieppe from Brighton.

Re: Ferry to Dieppe

by pmarshuk

No ferries actaully run from Brighton - but from Newhaven which is a few miles along the coast towards Eastbourne. There are good transport links from Brighton though.
The main ferry provider seems to be Hoverspeed and you can visit their website at www.hoverspeed.com, although it's possibly worth checking around to see if any special offers are available.

Re: Re: Ferry to Dieppe

by spiff1971

Thank you for the info and the link for the hoverspeed.

RE: Ferry to Dieppe

by amapola66

See my tips on the fery to Dieppe Here

Travel Tips for Brighton

Brighton Pier Ghost train

by Elodie_Caroline

You have just got to go on the Ghostrain!
In June of 2002 when we were down here with my sister and her husband. Once we had had our dinner, we had a look on the fair on the pier, and we all decided to go on the Ghostrain.
I hadn't been on one of these for years, so it was a great laugh, not scary at all, were they ever? But a great laugh. We were screaming and shouting with glee and having a really great time, even kids couldn't have made any more excited noises than us!

Anyway, we got off of the Ghostrain at the end of the ride and started to walk off, when all of a sudden, a great big shot of wind blew my skirt and coat up around my neck!, you know, just like that pic of Marilyn Munro, I shouted out "oh f*ck!" in shocked surprise and everyone was laughing their heads off, including some bloke standing there with his two little kids. I bet he could tell that I was quite ladylike eh?

The proper way to enjoy the seaside

by biggeorge

The traditional English seaside tourist should be about 90 and never actually go swimming. The closest they ever get to the water is to roll their trousers ( high waisted naturally ) up to their knees and go for a paddle. You can complete the look by wearing a string vest ,and the balder gentleman can tie knots in the corners of a handkerchief and place on the head to protect the scalp. Then merely hire a deckchair and fall asleep while reading the Daily Telegraph. This can also apply to visitors to the cricket.

West Pier Winds 29/12/02

by Elodie_Caroline

The West Pier was a beautiful old Pier, built back in 1863. Unfortunately it was burnt down back in the early 1980's after a boat crashed into it one dark night. It has supposedly been going to be done back up for years? but nothing has changed unfortunately.
The Lottery should be paying out for this to put it back to it's former glory.

It was a sad day on 29/12/02, we had massive winds down the South of England and it made some more of the West Pier collapse onto the Sea.
People had been collecting driftwood and debris from it for old times sake, that's quite understandable, it's old history, but in the end the Police made them keep away.

This was still down to be rebuilt then.


by Aragina

Foredown Road
Hove BN41 2EW
It is the only operational camera obscura in the South East. The viewing gallery gives outstanding views over the surrounding countryside. Also weather station, interactive computers, countryside data, astronomy events. Tea and coffee facilities, shop and toilets. On site parking.

Foredown Tower organises a regular programme of activities for children and families, from pond dipping to nature events, plus astronomy talks and lectures.

There is also an educational programme linked to national curriculum subjects, including astronomy, science, environmental studies and geography.

Adults £2.30, children £1.50

Do you like blood?

by biggeorge about Paradox

Last time i went here someone got bottled and bled all over us. The student nights at the Event over the road mean that everyone here has been turned away from there for being too drunk or too crazy.
Bad fake tans, wideboys and pikeys and it plays terrible " urban " music all night. No trainers , no class


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Address: 7 Madeira Place, Brighton, BN2 1TN, United Kingdom