Frequently known as the ‘home of England Rugby’, this area is in south west London, part of the Richmond-upon-Thames
borough, roughly ten miles from the centre of the capital. It houses the biggest rugby stadium on the planet, which hosts not only sporting events but also musical ones. If the thought of all those strong, gym-attired men is overwhelming you, then a gay massage in Twickenham will calm you down. It may not be Central London, but with plenty of transport connections, it’s ideally placed for male massage in Twickenham
. Twickenham grew quickly during the 20th Century, becoming part of London in 1965.
Other local attractions include the museum (closed on Mondays), staffed by volunteers and situated opposite St. Mary’s Church. Music lovers should head for the Cabbage Patch pub (London Road), which hosts live music events on Sunday
evenings. And then there’s gay massage in Twickenham
– something which Tantric Soul
can arrange for you, matching you with your ideal man. Afterwards, a riverside walk might be just the thing. In the St. Margaret’s locality, you’ll pass a string of pretty, atmospheric houseboats as you saunter along. There are also attractive open spaces in which to relax, such as Radnor Gardens. The architecture, from white stucco villas to fine Victorian houses, will enchant. It’s a shame that, for many, Twickenham is off the radar – but thanks to the fact that it’s also well off the tourist trail, you’ll be able to enjoy its charms without the agitating crowds that swarm the inner parts of the city. Among those charms is Eel Pie Island, which you can reach by boat of footbridge. Having made its name as one of the centres of blues and jazz in the 60s, it’s well worth a visit, if only for the fun of being on an island in the middle of the Thames. Happy times indeed.