Thursday the 23rd of May 2019 was a warm day. We travelled by train to Brighton, it had free Wi-Fi and no graffiti – Mum was very impressed.
Mum and I meandered our way from the station to the seaside, stopping to buy chocolates in a shop we passed. We then met up with Peter and Dad who met us at the British Airways i360 observation tower (they took a different route). The i360 was shaped like a bagel and rose 162m into the air. I really enjoyed the views. Mum records she could see Beachey Head [17 miles away].
After the i360 we had lunch at the base of the viewing platform I had a virgin Shirley Temple cocktail. Mum had crayfish, Dad and I had fish and chips, however, the fish and chips were nicer yesterday.
Then we walked to the Brighton Pier. While Dad and I admired it from afar, Mum and Peter walked along the pier. They brought some Brighton rock back for us.
We then walked to the Royal Pavilion. It was built by George IV. It was the gaudiest thing I had ever seen. We weren’t allowed to take photos inside. There were lots of French schoolchildren touring the Pavilion.
We caught the train back to Lewes and then we had a beer in a pub called “The Rights Of Man”. Dad then cooked a lovely dinner.