Found in the Marylebone locale of the City of Westminster, Baker Street is one of those rare places that don’t need to be called anything, the street itself is famous enough. It is almost a tribute to the man who built the area, as the street is named after the builder William Baker, who was responsible for laying out the street in the 1700s.
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Found in the Marylebone locale of the City of Westminster, Baker Street is one of those rare places that don’t need to be called anything, the street itself is famous enough. It is almost a tribute to the man who built the area, as the street is named after the builder William Baker, who was responsible for laying out the street in the 1700s. As the older reader may know, the street fell victim to a bank robbery when the Baker Street branch of Lloyds Bank was pillaged in 1971. Baker Street, whilst synonymous with being part of the brown collection in a game of classic Monopoly, is well known for a famous face who used to reside in the area. Although his address, 221B Baker Street is world famous, it is also non-existent. Why? Because the inhabitant of this area is in fact fictitious. We of course mean Sherlock Holmes, famous detective who presided over the illegal goings on of London town in the late 19th, early 20th century. Although a fictitious character, an escort from Baker Street is most certainly real. Created by Arthur Conan Doyle, the detective has created a following around the world, helped by the recent portrayal of him by Robert Downey Jr in Guy Ritchie’s films, the sequel of which was recently released with Downey and Jude Law reprising their roles as Holmes and his assistant Dr Watson, respectively. The famous detective’s following is noticeable, with the Wikipedia page of the character bigger than some small countries. Also, the dedication to him on the walls of the Bakerloo line stop at Baker Street, with silhouettes of Holmes decorating the platform, shows he is the nation’s sweetheart, closely followed by Cheryl Cole.
Whilst Holmes is one of the more well-known aspects of Baker Street, there are many others to take your fancy should you ever find yourself in the area, including spending some time with a Baker Street escort. If you’re in the mood to wine and dine in a fancy place, then take a ten minute walk from Baker Street station and you’ll find yourself at Orrery. Found on the first floor of a converted stable block, set in Marylebone Village, Orrey was originally renovated in 1997. The restaurant, placed in the dining room with a wonderful view of St Marylebone Church gardens through the beautifully arched windows. Dishes available include Kentish fillet of Lamb and pannacotta, orange and champagne terrine. Discounts are offered when ordering from a set menu, with two courses setting you back £22.50. If you just fancy a snack, the cheese trolley ‘showcases fabulous cheeses sourced from small independent producers in France and is reason alone to visit’. Either wine and dine or grab a quick bit with one of the girls from Baker Street escorts.
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