Welcome to Tantric soul Baker Street! With its air of mystery and romance, Baker Street is not a place you overlook. It’s central, to the northwest of the West End, and is fabled around the world. For a start, there’s the Sherlock Holmes connection, currently in people’s minds more than ever because of the popular BBC series. Then there’s that song, a staple of classic pop radio, by the late, much-loved singer/songwriter from Scotland, Gerry Rafferty. Selfridges is close at hand, so the shopping opportunities are legendary, too. What fun you’ll have here if you combine your visit with gay massage in Baker Street, that sumptuous and succulent treat that leaves you feeling like a new man, inside and out. Kick back, relax and let an uncommonly gorgeous man work his magic on your tired and city-stressed frame. You’ll be glad you did; there’ll be a deep peace filling you up with serenity from bottom to top.
There’s much more to discover as you get to grips with this delightful part of the capital. Some are lured by the tourist trap that is Madame Tussaud’s, but unless you have children with you, you could spare yourself the tedium. You’ve got all of Marylebone at your disposal here and you could make tracks for Marylebone High Street, where pubs, restaurants and shops mingle with one another to create a quaint, village-like effect. There won’t be any difficulty getting around. The busy tube station serves the Jubilee, Bakerloo, Metropolitan, District, Circle, and Hammersmith & City lines and if you’ve got to go further, then the railway station of Marylebone takes you to the outer reaches of England and Britain. But before you go, make sure you’ve booked another gay massage in Baker Street. Given that there’s so much to be gained from just one appointment, just imagine what could be gained from two.