Tuesday, 31 May 2016


Oh I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside!

Brighton, on the south coast of England, on a sweltering hot day is such fun ... do take a look! I love the quirky shops, the beautiful gardens and the Royal Pavilion, and the beach, and the food, oh ... and all of it. We were lucky enough to visit on a beautiful sunny day - the best of the year so far.

The Royal Pavilion Gardens
Remains of The West Pier
Brighton Pavilion built in 1787 for George, Prince of Wales as a seaside retreat, he
 was later to become Prince Regent in 1811 and then George 1V in 1821: (b1762 - d1830)
 The building was later redesigned and extended in 1815 by the architect John Nash.
The Royal Pavilion Gardens
The Royal Pavilion Gardens
And then to my favourite restaurant
The Salt Room attached to The Hilton Hotel
Lemonade cocktail
Sea trout, courgette spaghetti, oyster, potato and wild asparagus
Monkfish, seaweed butter, samphire, bacon and clams
A taste of the pier!
This has to be the best pudding of all time:
It is called Tastes Of The Pier:
Candy Floss
Ice Cream With Honeycomb
Custard Doughnuts
Rhubarb Marshmallow
Coconut Ice
Chocolate Pebbles
Lemon Meringue Fudge
Yes We Did Share It!

1 comment:

  1. I haven't been there for years - looks like s great day out! I'm intrigued by the Star Wars shoes!!!!??!!


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