Erotic Massage In Marylebone
This atmospheric area of Central London is home to many sensual masseuses.
Marylebone is situated in the City of Westminster running alongside Oxford Street’s shopping Mecca.
It’s an urban area that appeals to all walks of life because it houses prime shops and restaurants but has resisted the pull of modernisation to retain its trendy village feel.
Marylebone is often mispronounced as Marly-bone but instead gets its name from the church of St Mary that was built near a small stream called the Tybourn.
This stream is long gone, but it used to run its course along Marylebone Lane. Over time St Mary on the Tybourn became shortened to today’s ‘Marylebone’.
This area is laid-back, has easy transport links, and is full of interesting buildings and history which comes as no surprise as Marylebone was mentioned in the Domesday Book complied for William the Conqueror in 1086.
Landmarks in Marylebone
Fans of the Sherlock Holmes novels will know he lived on Baker Street which is positioned in the centre of Marylebone.
If inclined you can take a tour of the Holmes’ famous places and pop into the Sherlock Holmes museum.
Within walking distance is the world famous Madam Tussauds waxworks and the Planetarium, but for a quiet day you can do worse than wander around the independent coffee houses and visit the decorative arts and Old Master paintings in the Wallace Collection.
You’ll find Harley Street here too, which is world-known for plastic and cosmetic surgery.
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Marylebone Shopping and Eating
Marylebone village is a great place for market stalls and traditional shops.
There are all types of shops in Marylebone which manages to mix up high end Selfridges with the vintage and recycled projects of Alfie’s antique market. Marylebone has the wide-ranging appeal which defines Old London Town.
Marylebone is full of top quality places to eat such as restaurants like the Natural Kitchen which is well known for healthy take-out food and light lunches.
It’s Lebanese, Indian and world cuisine cafes are always busy and full of life offering unusual dishes not found in the less eclectic areas of London.
Night life in Marylebone is laidback. It’s not an area known for tabloid posing or the Sloane Rangers of Chelsea, but instead offers understated quality pubs and nightclubs.
The pubs of Marylebone have beautiful architecture and quality surroundings from cocktails in Purl to a pint at the Temperance or the Golden Eagle it’s easy to find a place to suit your mood whatever your preference.
If you prefer to watch a show Marble Arch theatre is right under your feet.
Transportation Links in Marylebone
London’s transport links are second to none and you can get to Marylebone in minutes from all over London.
It’s served by Baker Street, Bond Street, Edgware Road, Marble Arch, Marylebone, Oxford Circus and Regent’s Park tube stations.
Marylebone also has its own train station that links directly to Oxford, and Paddington train station is just a 15 minute walk.
Marylebone streets are full of bus routes connecting all the smaller areas with ease, but you can use Regent’s Park and Marble Arch car parks if you prefer to take your car.
Of course you can always take a black cab because the cabbies know every spot of Marylebone and will no doubt have suggestions if you’re at a loose end.