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An Exquisite Evening in Greenwich

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Have you ever heard of
the O2? Put simply, it’s the massive arena that awards the few who are
privileged to play it with the understanding that they are really kicking arse
in their particular field. For comedy, step forward Lee Evans, who has just finished
a mammoth arena tour at the instantly recognisable landmark. And where is this
impressive structure that was once home to a giant body made from a mixture of
coral-coloured tiles? Good ol’ Greenwich.


Situated just below the
River Thames in South East London, Greenwich is notorious for its eclectic town
with no two shops ever the same, and old style buildings. The Royal
Observatory, The Cutty Sark and the University are all justifiable reasons for
visiting the old town, frequented by the stylish and always-trending
fashionistas, with the majority of tourists flocking to the London town for the
incredibly moreish market and the spectacularly scenic park. It may not be the
most appropriate location, however, given the current climate, though a great excuse
to get close to one of the many Greenwich escorts in an attempt to conserve
body heat.


Whilst everyone else
loves a little bit of option when it comes to meal times, the cuisine types on
offer in Greenwich are so varied, you may wish to pre-select a country’s
delicacies and stick to it!


The promise of a proper
pub lunch and cosying up in front of a roaring fire with a glass of wine never
fails to disappoint in the relatively relaxed area of this great metropolis. As
the temperatures outside dip below the favoured thermometer reading, many flock
to the ever popular and grade I listed pub, The Gipsy Moth, standing tall just
beside the entrance to the grand market. With its royal blue facade and
stereotypical lettering of an old man’s pub, one can be forgiven for thinking
it’s a local boozer and anyone who is entering for the first time will be
looked upon with great distaste, not too dissimilar to an episode of Midsomer
Murders. Instead, it’s akin to Narnia in the feeling that when you walk in,
it’s so unexpected it’s refreshing. The art deco furniture, draping tassels and
abundance of plant life make this place a truly enjoyable meet, and possible
starting point for your evening with one of your Greenwich escort girls.


Whilst the rest of
London seems to be slowly going insane with the fast-approaching festivities
and struggling to make it down the street without getting hit several times by
a shopper who is just carrying far too many bags, take a step back and think
you’re in one of the best cities in the world. And with the right escort from
Greenwich in your company, it might just make it the best city in the world.

Author Info::

Based on the outskirts of South East London's Greenwich Escort ,
Bruise Willis has a BA in Journalism and writes about the wonderful and the
fabulous  London Escorts in the city. 

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