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Plenty of specialist shops allow the average pedestrian a slightly different shopping experience than many other places in London do, Although the nearby St Pancras bath houses are closed for refurbishment until 2010, there is, for those with a more exposed streak, Rio’s, one of London’s best loved nudist bath houses.
Doubtlessly you’ll meet some very attractive woman should you venture into a public nudist bath house, but if you prefer a little privacy in such matters, the best idea would be to hire a stunning Kentish Town escort for the evening.
Stunning, sexy and playful, the escorts Kentish Town offers are well known in all the surrounding areas.
Whether you take them shopping, dining, clubbing, or even if the two of you decide to take a public bath together, you are guaranteed to have a good time with a beautiful Kentish Town escort on your arm.
Also rife in business, Kentish Town sees many people visiting for business reasons, and all who have sampled the delights of the escorts in Kentish Town tend to return again for leisure reasons.
It’s agreed that there are few better ways to unwind and enjoy your free time than sharing it with a stunning and seductive girl.
Whether the two of you go out and see the Kentish Town sights or simply stay in and get to know each other more intimately, you will come away feeling very satisfied with her service.
Deep enough into London to give a proper city flavour, Kentish Town also draws many tourists to it.
And much like the visiting businessmen, these tourists agree that some of the greatest things Kentish Town has to offer are its quality escorts.
The escorts Kentish Town calls its own are sought by tourists, visiting businessmen and residents alike, and all agree that their services are among the best in London, so it is little surprise that they are sought by so many time after time, and have a loyal following of clients that speak nothing but the highest praise of them.
On 2 September 1861, near Kentish Town station in London, 16 people were killed and 317 injured, when an excursion train operated by the North London Railway collided with a freight train operated by the London and North Western Railway.