Tantric Massage Bayswater

Welcome to our Bayswater tantric massage gallery. Even though Bayswater is mostly an area of residence that doesn’t mean you can’t find a couple of hidden gems here and there. From wonderful places to stay and small little family owned pubs and restaurants this is a great place to come to visit London if you’re coming with smaller children. Only a few minutes from London’s main attractions you’ll still be close to all the tourist-y things without being stuck in the center of town among the bright lights and noisy parties. You’d be right next to to Knightsbridge where you could experience all the high end shopping experiences and also within walking distance to Hyde Park where you can take many a magical strolls.

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If you’re new to the area and want to go see something interesting there’s a little secret hiding between 23 and 24 Leinster Gardens. There you’ll find two houses one next to the other without front doors. If you look closely you’ll also notice that they share a roof with the buildings to either side of them. In fact, it looks like it doesn’t have a roof at all. This is because those are no houses but instead it’s just a big big, flat board painted and sculpted to look like a house, like those old movie sets. This is actually due to the fact that the tube lines run underneath it and between the houses either side. So, instead of having an unsightly space between the houses, someone decided it was best to put the optical illusion of a house there and let people be fooled by it. It may not be as impressive as Buckingham palace but if you’re travelling with kids or someone who doesn’t know it’s a great conversation starter and a fun little bit to do when taking a walk or simply enjoying a day out.

Of course that isn’t exactly the most exciting thing to do so if you’re really looking for a fun time and more activities you could always make your way to Hyde Park. Hyde Park extends over 350 acres and houses quite a number of famous landmarks including the Serpentine Lake, Speakers' Corner and the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain.