Bridge the Travel Gap
Canada House – London

Canada House – London

Now most Canadians are most likely, like me. When they arrive in London they don’t know or have never heard of the historic building – Canada House in London. Where Canada House is located at Trafalgar Square in London, SW1.…

Oh, they do say that Goring by Sea is Boring!

Oh, they do say that Goring by Sea is Boring!

Well, its just not true! Goring by Sea is not boring, it’s a lovely little town on the south coast, not far from Brighton and Hove. It hosts a lot of little unique things and places to go. The cafes…

Secret Treasures – Hove Museum

Secret Treasures – Hove Museum

I love all the little places in Brighton and Hove that the general tourist doesn’t know about and the Hove Museum is 1of them. It’s a favourite for its cafe (sadly the cafe has been shut down!) and its displays.…

Aquarium and Airbnb in Brighton

Aquarium and Airbnb in Brighton

Aquarium and Airbnb in Brighton Brighton has an aquarium close by the Brighton Pier. The aquarium is owned and operated by Sealife. It is a good option for families with small children and if it is a wet, windy or…

Visiting the Komedia and having a good laugh

Visiting the Komedia and having a good laugh

Visiting the Komedia and having a good laugh? The last post on Brighton looked at the Theatre Royal and¬†keeping with this theme of entertainment we¬†look at the Komedia. Debbie has personal experience of working at the Komedia as Front of…

Theatre Royal in Brighton

Theatre Royal in Brighton

Theatre Royal in Brighton One of the joys of living in Brighton is the vibrant arts community and wide choice of entertainment venues for live theatre. The Theatre Royal in Brighton has a long history and is still in use…

A visit to the Old Police Cell Museum of Brighton

A visit to the Old Police Cell Museum of Brighton

A visit to the Old Police Cell Museum of Brighton Looking for something unusual to do in Brighton then look no further than a tour of the Old Police Cell Museum Of Brighton. Hidden in the bowels of the Old…

The Undercliff Walk in Brighton

The Undercliff Walk in Brighton

The Undercliff Walk in Brighton The Undercliff walk in Brighton can be walked from either direction, from the Marina to Rottingdean or vis versa. I prefer walking it from Rottingdean as you can see the Marina getting closer. Rottingdean is…

Introduction to an A to Z of Brighton

Introduction to an A to Z of Brighton

Introduction to an A to Z of Brighton Over the coming year we are going to write an A to Z for Brighton and other nearby places in Sussex. I have lived in Brighton and Hove for the last 10…

Living in Brighton

Living in Brighton

Living in Brighton My 1st introduction to Brighton was a weekend away in 1997 and I got eaten alive by bed bugs at a divey hostel. Not an auspicious start and little did I know that in 8 years time…