Brighton. Hot and sunny. A cool car place.

26 May

brighton vw microbus 1brighton vw microbus 2

To make it easier , we took the train to Brighton. It was my first visit there and I was surprised at it’s size and City atmosphere. Thoroughly enjoyed the day and did what you do at the seaside, excellent cod and chips at a beach cafe then a cooling reak in the Pavillion Gardens on the climb back towards the railway station. Saw this absolutely beautiful VW Microbus on the way. The photos speak for themselves.

brighton vw microbus 3

Had a close call at lunch with only a slight “wound” from a pooing seagull. If that’s lucky I will eat my hat. Some fanastic artwork for sale along the beach level promenade but way too expensive. We did the 60s type tour of the pier and even had a go on the “Tipping Point” penny falls. Great fun in all honesty.

brighton beach cafebrighton pier 1

We loved the cosmopolitan and diverse atmosphere of the people and places. Sadly, a lot of homeless folk in evidence.

On the way back up the hill, we caught an outdoor concert and heard a group of children performing an Indian song.We sat in the shade for an ice cream and chilled water. A very warm day indeed. Suncream much in evidence! Here is Brighton Pavillion. It was much busier than this picture suggests. The lawns were crowded with lovers of all descriptions. A very pleasant vibe on a simply lovely day !

brighton pavillion

In parts, the shopping area resembles the narrow meandering paths between Cornish fishing village shops, cafes and bars. Busier yes. Would we visit Brighton again? Oh yes, definitely!

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