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Secret Brighton - An Unusual Travel Guide (Jonglez Travel Guides) Paperback – 1 May 2018
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About the Author
Ellie Seymour is a journalist who has lived in Brighton for 15 years. She writes about the city's curiosities and hidden places on her blog Ellie & Co. Inc, which she started as a way to rediscover Brighton away from the tourist crowds. She cannot walk past an intriguing alleyway or courtyard without seeing what's on the other side - and is always looking for the next adventure or hidden place to write about.
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Now my mother in law has expressed an interest, so may have to get a fourth!
So, in this guide it exhorts you to discover the little art installation in Air Street which is “..unbeknown to most shoppers..” and once you have found that, be sure to visit the Clock Tower Cinema nearby, which is FREE (inc popcorn!) every other Monday.
Fancy a bit of Victorian Nouveau Riche? Or visit another kind of house, the Waste House. A guided tour of the sewers, perhaps? And Camden Terrace is definitely Brighton’s “..most beautiful secret alleyway”. There is The Little Fridge Library... I could go on.
I am sure that even if you live in the city, there will be little gems to discover... Hove and other surrounding locations included too.
There are maps and pointers and details of admission times where relevant. I just love the quirkiness of these guides!