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24 hours in Brighton: exploring

In case you missed it, I spent 24 hours in Brighton last week for a work conference. Most of my time was spent at said conference but I did get a chance to explore in the evening and grab a non-hotel breakfast in the morning. I reviewed the fab My Brighton Hotel on Monday and today I’m sharing some photos of the area.

I didn’t know much about Brighton before my visit and was amazed at how beautiful it is. In fact, after even a short time there, I think I’d be quite happy moving, if it wasn’t for the fact that everyone I love is based in Cornwall. It’s definitely a home from home. Look how pretty!

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Although, I’ve got to say, I was disappointed at the amount of bins and roadworks in front of the pretty buildings.

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

I couldn’t go all the way to Brighton and not visit the Pier.

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

My Brighton Hotel - review

Now, I’ve got to be honest, I didn’t technically win the unicorn. I had a few goes at knocking the cans over and I swear the beanbags were faulty or something! I had a little moan about being a shit mum who can’t even win her kid a toy (the mum guilt was real) and the guy gave me a unicorn. What a love!

I Googled reviews of Brighton breakfasts and filtered it to places between the hotel and train station, which were open at 8am, and we headed over to Bill’s. Such a gorgeous cafe.

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

When going out for breakfast/brunch, more often than not I get pancakes. Nom! (I removed the slab of butter)

Exploring Brighton

Exploring Brighton

After breakfast we travelled into London – more on that tomorrow.

Where are your favourite spots in Brighton?

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