Seven Days in Brighton

Hello everyone, it`s Margherita again!
This time I am going to tell you something about my first week here in Brighton.
As you may remember from my previous post, this is my first time ever in this city but I already feel like I was born here.
Brighton is a really lively and thriving city, full of shops, pubs and restaurants, however if you are looking for a quiet and relaxing spot there are lots of parks where you can just sit and listen to the sound of the seagulls.

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Discovering Brighton

Hey guys!
Let me tell you something about my first days here in Brighton.

I have always had a thing for England, when I was little I used to spend hours wondering how would it feel to live in such a beautiful (and unpredictable) country. Now, as a sixteen-year-old Italian student, I still fantasize about my 5 o`clock tea in a cottage in Edinburgh.

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Art doesn’t hurt ;)

So, as I told you in my first post, going to museums is an activity I adore doing. I put my headphones on, walk through alleys and let my eyes look at what they attract them.

Alone or with a friend, going to a museum will be a big breath of culture and inspiration for you, so don’t hesitate. It takes times to find what kind of art you are sensitive to, and spending the all afternoon in a museum would never be, in my opinion, a waste of time. In my case, I have to admit that I prefer romantic art. I could stay a whole hour in front of a Botticelli’s tableau. And everybody has different tastes.

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Brighton, here I am !

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Let me tell you the story of my journey from France to Brighton !

In order to obtain my diploma in foreign languages, I had to do an internship of 2 months abroad. As my studies are linked with international businesses, going abroad to learn how to work in a real company sounded pretty exciting ! I choose to go to UK because this culture attracts me a lot since I was a child.

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All good things come to an end

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I am happy to write for you again for a little bit of more entertainment… Sadly, I have one week to go before heading back to Belgium. I am about to leave with a heavy heart but full of memories I’ve ever lived in Brighton. I don’t regret anything I’ve done here. It has been such a wonderful experience and if someone would ask me if they should go or not, it would definitely be a “yes” for me (like The Voice, I would just turn my chair around)! Just go for it. Although, it’s even indescribable, I’m going to try to tell you why.

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