Brighton Rock

Not talking about the movie with Sam Riley, but Brighton definitely rocks!

Sun has popped out for a few days in London, and my friends and I spontaneously decided to go to Brighton on Saturday. We left London in the early morning and arrived before 11am in Brighton.

It was a good idea as the beach and Brigton Pier were still relatively empty.

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Sun is here!

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We decided to walk around the Pier and went back to the town and went to see the Brighton Pavilion.

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We continued touring the city and got lost in the Lanes, where there are a lot of quirky shops and jewellery shops.

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We walked back to the beach where we had our lunch and decided to take a little nap.

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Seeing that we had seen most of Brighton, we decided to walk away as we wanted to go closer to the cliffs.

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We wanted to walk until a windmill we could see from afar. Little did we know it was the Rottingdean Windmill. We actually had walked 6,5km without stopping or noticing it!

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The Rottingdean Windmill

It was very windy so we took a break and returned to Brighton, with the bus this time.

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It was a very sunny and windy day in Brighton, far from any murder like in “Brighton Rock”. I would say one day is enough to visit Brighton and the beach is a pebble beach, so don’t expect too much!

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