High Holborn Residence

178 High Holborn, Holborn, London, WC1V 7AA, United Kingdom
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London to Brighton

by roadhog1234

I will be arriving London Heathrow T4 end of April, 2010. early in the morning 6:00 a.m. I will have an appointment in Brihton at 2:00 p.m. the next day. This is my first trip to the U.K. How do I get to the city, have a look-around before heading to Brighton ? Will I have enough time ? What is best for the London-Brighton trip ? I welcome suggestions on what to do, where to stay.... I am travelling alone. Thanks.

Re: London to Brighton

by TheLongTone

You have bags of time. It only takes an hour or so to get to Brighton form central London...either London Bridge or Victoria, and the service is very frequent. You only need to set off for Brighton around noon on the day of your appointment: you have around a whole day to have a look at London.

When you are in Brighton you have to have a look at the Royal Pavilion. One of the silliest buildings in the world and very beautiful.

Re: London to Brighton

by leics

You'll be able to find all the relevant transport info from Heathrow > London on the link Ranger provided. Tube is cheapest, Heathrow Express most expensive (apart from taxis, of course).

For train times. details and fares London>Brighton look at www.nationalrail.co.uk which is the official railway website for the UK. There are plenty.

Trains to Brighton leave from London Victoris or London Bridge stations, so it would be sensible to find a hotel near one of those. The official touridt information site lists all london accommodatiuon:


and has a useful search engine.

www.booking.com is a reliable hotel booking engine, with good mapping and honest guest reviews.

Do you actually want to stay overnight in London? If not, it would be entirely feasible to go direct from Heathrow to Brighton and stay overnight there (or stay overnight after your meeting, depending on when you need to fly out again). Check train times etc on the nationalrail link.

There is also a direct coach link from Brighton to Heathrow (cheaper than train, but slower). Check www.nationalexpress.com for times, details and fares.

Travel Tips for London

Don't Spread Yourself too Thin!

by eahayden

As with any big city, there's a fine line between wanting to see all there is to see, and seeing it all but exhausting yourself. I've found that, if flying from the US or another far flight, don't feel guilty about sleeping that first day! If you don't catch up on your sleep, you WILL be exhausted the whole trip, But you have to make yourself stay up until about 9pm that first day or your sleeping schedule will be hopelessly off. It's better to not be grouchy and tired and miss a few things that weren't terribly important than to do it all and fight the whole time! I'd make a *tentative* itinerary, with the things that are least important last in the day. save one day where there's not much to do, and do anything that didn't get done in previous days that day if you feel the need to do them.

The British Museum is...

by aasakatarina

The British Museum is something that you should not miss! Even though you are not a person who likes museums, I am sure it will fascinate you! It's great to go and see all the things from Ancient Greece, for example. You can really feel the Greeks' sense of beauty and their way of life! When I looked at a piece from one of the seven wonders of the world at the British museum!

Allies in Old Bond Street

by alucas

"Allies" is a well-known statue in Old Bond Street. It is much photographed by tourists, posing with those two great politicians. This picture wasn't posed, just a candid shot from the other side of the street.

The bronze is by Lawrence Holofcener and depicts the leaders of the allies of the Second World War sitting on a park bench. Winston Churchill is even holding his trade-mark cigar and is relaxing and talking to Franklin Rosevelt.

Where am I?

by Roggeveen

In the streets of the Indian and Chinese areas the namesigns are written in the original language of the indian/chinese population. At some places there is even no proper English sign; only the Indian one.

Be polite. Say 'thanks, sorry,...

by Cutypie

Be polite. Say 'thanks, sorry, yes please, no thanks' etc. I heard a friend telling me, how some Finnish guy ordered a beer in the pub and didn't even say 'please'- word and the bartender punched his nose. Well, I heard this before my trip, so I was aware that if I want to have my cute little nose on its own place, I better say that one important word....


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