There’s a vibrant, bustling charm to this area that immediately puts visitors in a cheerful and bright mood. This district is part of Westminster, so everything you could want to see in the city is within easy distance. It’s a part of the capital that should be on everyone’s list, whether they want to visit Whiteleys (London’s first department store, but now a small shopping mall) or brave the teeming masses on Queensway. There’s much more, besides, including the gay escorts in Bayswater, who are a fit and lively bunch, bursting with good energy and talent. While you’re here, you’re within easy reach of both Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, and there’s also plenty of fine architecture to take in on residential streets such as Inverness Terrace and Leinster Gardens. There’s a thrillingly international mix here, whether it’s London’s Greek population, many of whom enjoy visiting the Greek Orthodox Cathedral on Moscow Road, or the many Brazilian, Asian, American and Middle Eastern inhabitants.
Gay escorts in London are arguably the world’s finest and here you’ll find a brilliant and representative sample of some of the best. You can also journey to and from this wonderful area quite easily. Cabs and buses are plentiful and there’s a choice of Tube stations – Queensway (Central Line), Bayswater (District/Circle) and Royal Oak (Hammersmith & City/Circle). If you’ve worked up an appetite, you’re really in luck. Avoid some of the generic, tourist-trap restaurants on Queensway and make tracks for Westbourne Grove where some of the most delightful eateries in the city are waiting for you. Chinese, Japanese, American, French, Italian, Lebanese, Greek and more – whatever you’re in the mood for, you can find. You can stroll away of the self-indulgence afterwards by exploring more of the quaint Georgian squares and streets of grand, stucco-fronted terraced houses