Marine View Hotel Brighton

24 New Steine, Brighton, BN2 1PD, United Kingdom
Marine View Hotel Brighton
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about Brighton!!

by locabiotal

hi everybody,
i live in Ankara, Turkey and i am planning to go to England this summer for language course for about a month. but i couldnt decide whether to go to Brighton or Bournemouth. can anybody tell me which one is better for social activities and sightseeing. i also would like to enjoy my time after school. hope to get a reply soon. thanks..
Derya

Re: about Brighton!!

by leffe3

Derya

Brighton. Bournemouth is OK but is has the reputation as the retirement home of England! Brighton has the advantage of being 1 hour by train from London. Many people have moved to Brighton and commute as well as there being a huge student population. Therefore there's loads of things to do in the evening - great bars, restaurants, clubs etc as well as it being one of the better English seaside towns. The coast around Brighton is great, the county of Sussex (which Brighton is in) is full of historic houses, castles, abbeys and cute little towns, there's some great walks in the countryside and London is close by (and if you have the option when you fly in, get a plane to Gatwick - its half way between Brighton and London).

Bournemouth also has many of the above - its just not as exciting.

Good luck.

Be well
Keith

Re: Re: about Brighton!!

by ghosthunter

Yes definately Brighton. Nightlife is best on the south coast and there is always plenty to do in the daytime..

Re: about Brighton!!

by Robertvp

Definitely Brighton - my home town.
Bournemouth is moreof a retirement destination.
Any questions, feel free to ask. Rob

Re: Re: about Brighton!!

by flibbertigibbet

I too live in Brighton and I will just add to what everyone else has said it is a fantastic place and full of life there are a couple of great websites for brighton not sure if i am allowed to post them in here?? anyone know?

Re: Re: about Brighton!!

by Robertvp

You could send Derya your external e- mail address!

Re: Re: about Brighton!!

by flibbertigibbet

Thanks yes done that :-)

Re: Re: about Brighton!!

by locabiotal

hi,
thanks for information.i definately decided after all you told me.i choose Brighton!! i am planning to come in august. i will attend to College of St. Giles. have you heard of it? i am so excited to meet new people.Maybe we can even meet there,too. see you,
Derya

Re: about Brighton!!

by BEVINUK

BRIGHTON, definatley!

Re: Re: about Brighton!!

by Robertvp

Probably only pops down for the week end !!!

Re: Re: about Brighton!!

by BEVINUK

Yeah well good to see you Southerners are still as snooty as ever............. actually I've lived here for 8 years. My mistake for not looking at the date, oops pardon me

Re: Re: about Brighton!!

by biggeorge

Hove looks down on Brighton , Brighton looks down on Worthing , Worthing looks down on Lancing and Littlehampton ,they're all suspicous of London, and Londoners think anyone north of Watford is a barbarian.

But

No-one likes a smart-ass ,dolphin boy.

Re: Re: about Brighton!!

by BEVINUK

Nice 1 George!!!! Alas some humour down in these parts.........

Travel Tips for Brighton

The BRIGHTON MUSEUM AND ART...

by kwanou

The BRIGHTON MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY in Church Street is open to the public again.

It's just round the corner from the Royal Pavilion. The painting collection is not particularly large, and the premises are shared with the town library, but this is still one of the most interesting provincial collections of Victorian paintings. The art nouveau collections are very good, and there is much art deco, a large collection of ceramics, and a changing exhibition of non-European art. There are also exhibits on the history and growth of the town. They show the view of both the public and the inhabitiants of Brighton about the city.

www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/bhc/museums/brighton for the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery

Cockles and Mussels

by amapola66

Little pots of shellfish in vinegar, are a traditional English seaside snack and Brighton seafront offers these deights at a £1 a pot.

There is usually a choice of cockles, mussels, whelks (kind of chewy and gritty), little shrimp or prawns and jellied eels (not my favourite!)

You smother them in salt, pepper, lemon juice and more vinegar and eat them with a tooth pick.

(My advise is to go for the prawns).

Visit the Sussex countryside!

by USCgirlie

While Brighton is certainly a lovely town, it is located in a beautiful setting, East Sussex, that most tourists probably miss. Sussex is an extremely beautiful county, with verdant countryside and a peaceful atmosphere. The South Downs is just one area that was granted the distinction of being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty means that it was recognized by the government for being an exceptional place of beauty and must be maintained that way. The South Downs runs from Winchester down to Eastbourne (close to Brighton) on the coast. Many people walk and bike, as it is both peaceful and offers stunning views of the English Channel. Eastbourne is just a short trainride away at Brighton Railway Station.

Battle

by hayward68

Site of the historic Battle of Hastings on October 14, 1066. That was the last time there was a hostile takeover of England, when William, Duke of Normandy fought against King Harold II of England. Harold supposedly caught a stray arrow in his eye which led to his death.
The pic shows the field where the battle took place.
The battle grounds are behind Battle Abbey.

NO NAME!!

by mel_bee

There are two of them that I have found so far one in St James Street and one at the top of Southover Street. I prefer the second one as its nearer my house and doesn't involve venturing down any hills!! There are great sofas, bright red walls, a fireplace, a small garden, funky music and a cosy atmosphere. Also food available and lots of cocktails.

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