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Where would be a good place to start this article? Should I start off telling you about the tube station? Or maybe about the area its self – it is rather busy, perhaps another idea would be given you some places to visit and maybe just maybe I will tell you about some of the Warren Street escorts on our website.
Warren Street tube station can be found on the corner of Tottenham Court Road and Euston Road, both the Northern line and Victoria line serves it and it is in Zone 1, you would use this station is you were traveling to the UCH (University College Hospital) or Spearmint Rhino’s (I know where you are going to have more fun). The station was called Euston Road when it opened in 1907 but that only lasted a year, this was the very first underground station to been fitted with WI-FI.
Warren Street runs east to west from Tottenham Court Road to Cleveland Street, Fitzroy Street intersects it, The Radisson Grafton Hotel 130 Tottenham Court Road is the closest five star hotel, it has every thing that you could ever want from this style of hotel and come very highly recommended. There are so many places for you to go and eat in the area but a chain that always appeals to me is Ask Italian, the address of the one in this area is 48 Grafton Way W1T 5DZ, I do love their pizza’s and always have one when I pay them a visit.
Earlier on I spoke about Spearmint Rhino, 161 Tottenham Court Road, for those of you who do not know this is one of the most well gentlemen’s clubs (lapping dancing) in the world and is famous for its great looking girls, a good idea would be to start your date with a sexy Warren Street escort here, there would be no better way of enticing her, this club is open until the early hours 7 days a week.
235 Euston Road NW1 2BU is the postal address of University College Hospital (UCH) but don’t let that fool you, the place is massive and literally takes up more than you can see, it is home to some of the best medical care in the world and also prodices some of the worlds leading doctors, it first opened its doors in 1834 when it was called The North London Hospital. Nearly half a billion pounds was spent on the place in 2005 in a major reworking and it is a great building to look at.