As you stroll down Kingsway (not to be confused with Queensway, which is in Bayswater), you get a sense of the majesty and grandeur of yesteryear. At one end is Aldwych, where you’ll find West End theatres and roads leading to Covent Garden or the Strand. At the other end is the heartland of Holborn. Gay escorts in Holborn have it all – the looks, the bodies, the talents and the glitz. They’re bright, sexy men who can show you a better time than you’d ever dared anticipate. This is an upscale, energetic area, extremely central and easy to reach. Within it, you’ll find Hatton Garden, the epicentre of the UK diamond trade. Since it’s been prey to occasional heists, it operates via a vast underground network of tunnels and secret workshops.
As gay escorts in London would readily tell you, you’re in the Borough of Camden when you’re here. Holborn is being part of the West End and is also home to St. Ethelreda’s – one of the city’s oldest Roman Catholic churches. Founded in 1290, it is one of only two remaining buildings dating from the reign of Edward I. It was acquired by the Roman Catholic church in the late 1800s. Estate agents, always on the lookout for ways to repackage things, have attempted to rebrand this area as ‘Midtown’, but fortunately the tacky suggestion – using totally inappropriate terminology for London – has not caught on.
Once you’ve had your fill of the place, you’ll find that the Tube has the good fortune of catering to two separate lines – the Piccadilly Line and the Central Line. So wherever you want to go next, whether it’s Leicester Square or Notting Hill – is going to be easy work. But perhaps you’ll just decide to stay. After all, there are plenty of great restaurants and entertainments to enjoy right where you are – it’s never boring here.