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Great little town centre with lots of bars and restaurants. Just a short walk.
Excellent sea side town. Night life, bars and great places to eat. Food shopping at Waitrose. Charity shops to browse. Library.
Southsea is a seaside resort and geographic area, located in Portsmouth at the southern end of Portsea Island, Hampshire, England. Southsea is located to the south of Portsmouth city centre and to the east of Old Portsmouth. It developed as a fashionable Victorian seaside resort in the 19th century,…
Beautiful part of Portsmouth, nice to have a look around the shops and get ice cream down the sea front
Southsea is a popular suburb of Portsmouth and boasts a lovely three-mile-long promenade offering excellent views across to the Isle of Wight. It was in fact here that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle practiced as a doctor when he wrote his first Sherlock Holmes novel, A Study in Scarlet.
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“The UK's best connected port Portsmouth International Port is perfectly positioned for ferries, cruise and freight. We’re Britain’s best-connected ferry port with easy access and the most routes to France, Spain and the Channel Islands. We also offer a great range breath-taking cruise destinations, sailing aboard luxury liners. Portsmouth is also a dynamic commercial port: we import most of the bananas eaten in the UK, and much more.”
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“Live music, nightclub and comedy venue. Cheap entry. Late night drinks. Comedy club good value and there is free 80s 90s club night after called It's A Sin”
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“Brilliant and interesting Museum. There is an entry fee but it is worth the price. ”
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“It's a Wetherspoons. Good Curry nights. Cheap beer. Good value breakfasts too, with unlimited tea and coffee. Viscount (Lord) Palmerston served more than nine years as Prime Minister and died in office, in 1865, aged 80. He also had a series of forts built to protect Portsmouth Harbour and it's dockyard. However, the threat of invasion receded and the forts became known as ‘Palmerston’s Folly’.”
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