Leona House

74 Middle St, Brighton, BN1 1AL, United Kingdom
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Want to know about the weather and more.....

by isa1167

I´ll be in Brighton in about two weeks and I´ll stay till Sept 16,the time the course I´m taking will last.I´d like to know about the weather and what kind of clothes I should take.The rest of the month I´m planning to go to London and or Liverpool how far is it from Brighton?What´s the best and cheapest way to get there?I heard about coaches,but not sure about it.How about nightlife,I love dancing,any tips!Thanks in advance.
Isa
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Re: Want to know about the weather and more.....

by aah_stone

Hi,

Personally I would take the train from Brighton to London (about 1 hour), but if cost is really that important than the coach as previously suggested is fine. From London to Liverpool, again look at the www.gobycoach.com but also look at www.thetrainline.co.uk for train tickets.

Clothes, September is usually Ok down here, but aselection of warmer clothes as well as summery clothes should do you OK. The weather can be a bit unpredictable in September. But at the momnet it is 26C+ if a little cloudy.

Brighton is full of clubs and bars so you should be OK there. Plenty of different music types to choose from.

Hope you have a great time.

Andrew.

Re: Re: Want to know about the weather and more.....

by biggeorge

Nightlife

Look for the Black Lion and the Cricketers , and the Zap , Ocean Rooms , Concorde 2 and the Gloucester are all pretty good clubs, avoid Creation and Yates's like the plague. Have fun

Re: Want to know about the weather and more.....

by helsbels

I'd say the train is the quickest and easiest way to go but as other vters have said, probaly not the cheapest. better off using coaches for longer journeys as long as you arent short on time. but check out nationalrail.co.uk for all you rail enquiries, timetables and prices etc.
weather (as someones already said) always unpredictable in the uk! we've been having some warm sunny days lately but you can never tell, make sure you pack a couple of jumpers and jeans just in case!

Re: Re: Want to know about the weather and more.....

by rachel_sun

Weather this summer has been pretty awful so far.It has been hot and humid and rainy all summer.We have a couple of sunny days and then it all goes pear shaped again.Never had so much rain.I am hoping Sept and Oct will be nicer.Normally Sept is very nice .But bring along a coat and a few things that are warm as the evenings can be chilly.You can expect temps of around 16-25c.Normally Sept is a nice month as the humidity of summer has gone.Hope you have a good time.

Rach

Re: Want to know about the weather and more.....

by kaydee_lalala

heya... the weather in brighton around that time is always variable, could be windy and wet or sunny, but normally quite windy... to get from brighton to london (and many other places) i recommend the MEGABUS (search them on the net, im guessing www.megabus.com).... you can get tickets for 1pound return to london with their coaches... HAVE A LOVELY TIME brighton is great :)

Re: Want to know about the weather and more.....

by wittsy

take summer clothes, plus a waterproof jacket and a couple of jumpers in case.

in regards to dancing, grighton has plenty of house/pop/dance clubs like the zap and the escape for example. also you may be interested to know it has a thriving latin scene with placed like clun new york, and fridays at the babylon lounge.

the cheapest way to get anywhere is by coach, but expect to be delayed on the roads

Travel Tips for Brighton

my fondest memory of brighten ...

by ombre

my fondest memory of brighten is so funny now but at the time it wasn't.
I had a huge fight with my best mate(only one we have ever had) and ended up staying in a back packers in brighton ripped off my face.
I woke in the morning feeling sick and tired and cold as I had all my gear about 50 mins away as it was to be a day trip.
I panicked cause I thought i lost my passport.
was so drunk the night before I forgot They made me give it up to stay the night.
Turned out to be the funniest experience I have had travelling.

The Rainbow Flag

by biggeorge

Rainbow flags are a sign of tolerance and peace etc ,etc ,etc ,but you'll see them used in Brighton to indicate gay pubs and bars. Whether or not these bars are like The Blue Oyster from the Police Academy films i couldn't tell you but you might want to consider growing a Freddie Mercury tache.

TAKE A DAY TRIP TO LEWES!

by themajor

Just a 20 minute railway journey from Brighton (there are trains roughly every fifteen minutes), no more than 30 minutes by car and almost the same by bus, Lewes is the county town of East Sussex and a bit of an historical gem.

The town is a delight. A curious mix of conservative tweedy respectibility (for Lewes was the county town of East Sussex before administrative governmental meddling started juggling with our delightfully ancient traditions) and green eco-warriordom (WWOOF, Willing Workers On Organic Farms is based here together with the worlds' supply of dried lentils...well, more than the odd bagful anyway.) Such is the Jekyll and Hyde nature of the place that you get wonderfully earnest ventures selling organic nuclear-free hemp* sitting decorously alongside shops that purvey elegantly coiled lengths of rope for you to display upon your mantlepiece next to your Philippe Stark lemon squeezer.

Add a real life mediaeval castle, Anne of Cleves' Tudor hideaway, twee cottages, art galleries and a splendid smattering of characterful shops and you can't go wrong. Brighton may be bright and breezy but you'll love Lewes. And I haven't even mentioned the UK's most extraordinary Bonfire Night celebrations...

This is Ypres Tower, which...

by steventilly

This is Ypres Tower, which nowadays houses the Rye Museum. It gets its name from one John De Ypres who lived here in the 1400's and it used to form part of Rye's sea defences. It is hard to image that Rye was a coastal town long ago, it is now a couple of miles inland and accessible by only the smallest of boats! Despite this, it still has quite a 'seaside air' about it, with some great fish and chip shops down on what would have been the seafront, and some lovely craft shops, especially good for pottery.

IMPECCABLE TASTE

by themajor about AUDREY'S CHOCOLATES

Celebrating 60 years in business since their shop opened in 1948, Audrey's are renowned in Brighton and Hove for making the finest traditional handmade chocolates. Their speciality is fondant creams - I quote 'Traditional English Rose and Violets Creams are hand made in our kitchen to traditional recipes using the finest fondants, rose and violet oils, enrobed in plain chocolate and decorated with crystallized rose and violet petals'. Hmm, not usually my first choice out of the choccy box but even I'm interested! They also create the full range of hard and soft centred chocolates and in my humble opinion they produce the finest chocolate gingers I've ever tasted! Crystallised peppermints, chocolate covered orange peel, nuts and nougat, langue du chat...it's all waiting for you. Bring money and elasticated trousers. Chocolate gingers. Superbly good. The more you want the more you'll pay - but it is rather special!

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Address: 74 Middle St, Brighton, BN1 1AL, United Kingdom