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A day between Eastbourne and Brighton

A day between Eastbourne and Brighton

As always, especially when the sun is shining, we take the opportunity to leave London behind and head straight to the coast and the sea.

This time we chose Eastbourne for sunrise, breakfast and the morning walk…

We waited for sunrise from Beachy Head Road, just above Eastbourne, where you have an excellent view of the pier and the city.

We had another breathtaking view as we went down to the sea for a walk…

Our first intention was to have breakfast on the pier, which however we discovered was still closed due to Covid-19…

So, walking on the seafront, we discovered a nice little place with tables exposed to the sun, where we sat down for a nice breakfast…

After breakfast we continued our walk, and thanks to the beautiful sunny day, we took the opportunity to sit a bit on the beach…

We then continued our walk to the Wish Tower, completely on the opposite side of the pier from where we were…

Also from here you can admire the whole promenade of this very pretty city in east Sussex…

It was almost lunchtime when we decided to move to Brighton, where we visit the famous “Pier”…

Given the time we decided to stop here for lunch, where at the “Palm court Restaurant”, we were able to try our first Fish and Chips after several years of living in the UK…

I’ve never been a fan of Fish and Chips, and probably never will be, but sometimes it is nice to change.

Given the rather large portion, after lunch we kept walking along the pier and on the Brighton seafront…

The beach was however quite crowded, despite the post-pandemic period that is characterising this period…

Then in the late afternoon, it was time to go back home, satisfied with the beautiful sunny day outside London…

Have you ever been to Brighton or Eastbourne? Leave us a comment below or on our social networks or tag us in your photos and stories…

See you on the next post!!!

 

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