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    (Original post by -al)
    Sussex is a house of gods. To be honest you really can't go far wrong whichever accomodation you go for. They're all really close to each other and to the academic buildings there's not much between them. East slope is wicked for socialites, there's always something good happening there, although I think at times it could get a bit too much when you just wanted to chill out. Lewes Court is pretty swanky, especially phase 2. It's generally quite a bit quieter I think than other accomodations, apart from Brighthelm which is pretty similar, but you get quite a few more luxuries - en-suite, wireless broadband internet, a living room etc. Park Village i've found to be crazy fun, to me it's been the perfect balance between having plenty of people around you whilst still not feeling overloaded.

    I'm really just picking holes here though ... I honestly don't have a bad word to say about Sussex, it's been perfect for me.
    I get the feeling Sussex is about to become fashionable again.
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