Exploring Brighton’s red-rock beach, the pier, the lanes, and the palace… Join us for this photo essay of England’s iconic seaside town.
Brighton Pier is probably the most well-known image of this seaside city.
The bright paint and whirr of machines contrasts with the leaden skies and wind on water.
But there is a hint of blue up there… Somewhere.
The stunning Royal Pavilion is worth a look inside for the amazing opulence that only a princeling could have afforded to pull off.
Unfortunately, we weren’t able to take photos inside, but the Royal Pavilion is pretty impressive from the outside too.
The Lanes are a warren of small streets stocked with speciality stores, good pubs…
…and the chance to satiate your sweet tooth.
These amazing homes allow you to sail right to the door.
But danger lurks! A speciality hot-sauce store sells a potentially deadly bottle of chilli.
Still alive, and with blue skies at last, we enjoy the sunset over the harbour before dinner with friends.