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One of the most popular and accessible areas for escorts in London is Baker Street. We at Admiral have a number of Baker Street escorts available for the discerning gentleman. Baker Street is located at the centre of London’s historic Marylebone district and dates from the 18th Century. Visitors to London often head there due to its links with popular culture and its stunning contemporary architecture. With many great hotels and some fine restaurants, Baker Street really does offer it all to the visitor. It was named after William Baker and is an important thoroughfare from Regents Park right through to Oxford Street, London’s West Ends main shopping thoroughfare. The area has fantastic travel links, with Baker Street Station on the London Underground being one of the oldest and best preserved examples of a subterranean station in the world with its stunning art deco period features.
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As well as the fine Baker Street escorts and the details listed above, it is really the place that Baker Street has played in some of England’s most important cultural development that makes it a must see for visitors to the city. The address 221b Baker Street will be forever associated with the world famous fictional detective Sherlock Holmes and his faithful side kick Watson. Written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the series of books have been translated into many languages and reprinted countless times as well as being made into many television and film productions. Many tourists flock to the address to find out the true spirit of an English icon, all be him fictional. This has also resulted in other spin offs such as Basil the great mouse detective and the cartoon character Danger Mouse, all loosely based on Sherlock Holmes but all very much based in Baker Street.
It is not just literature that has been significant in the mystique of Baker street. Popular music culture has proven to be more than an influence, with the address 94 Baker Street being home to the Beatles Apple Boutique for two years in the late 1960’s. Again this location proves popular to tourists of modern culture, with fans including the stop along side other sites such as the Abbey road crossing and studios and the Apple building. The street was also referenced in the hit of the same name in the 1970’s by Gerry Rafferty and also in songs by the Rolling Stones and Jethro Tull.