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Things to do with your Earl’s Court escort from Blue Velvet

Earl's Court, in West London, is an exciting to place if you are in the mood for an Earls Court escort from Blue Velvet Girls. It's always nice to have other things to do with your sexy dinner date so that you can get to know her just a little better, and thus making your second booking so much the better. Earls Court was previously home to a magnificent Art Deco exhibition center. Regrettably, the place was demolished recently to make way for new development, but there is still lots to see and do in the surrounding neighborhood with your SW5 escorts.
To get you started, here are some suggestions from us.

Explore a London winery
You would not expect to discover a winery in the capital, but one is located just a short distance from Earl's Court. London Cru produces award-winning wines from grapes harvested in Europe's vineyards. Visitors may take a tour to learn about how wine is created in a city setting, and you can also taste some wine at the end. 


Take a stroll around Kensington Gardens
Kensington Gardens was formerly the gardens of Kensington Palace and is now one of the capital's eight Royal Parks. It's a popular area for cycling, strolling, and enjoying some fresh air, with sculptures, monuments, and other attractions sprinkled throughout, so you and your Earls Court escort from Blue Velvet Girls - one of London's top elite agencies - may want to check all of those out!


The Design Museum is a must-see
The Design Museum, which was previously located in southeast London, relocated to Kensington High Street in late 2016. It is the world's largest museum dedicated to the current design, with exhibits ranging from architecture to fashion to graphics, product, and industrial design. We believe your GFE dinner date will value your taste in this venue you visit!


Go into the depth of history at Kensington Palace 
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as Prince Harry, have their official residence at Kensington Palace. In the 17th century, William and Mary were the first royal inhabitants, followed by Queen Anne, King George I, King George II, Queen Victoria, and Princess Diana. You can tour the palace's more historical parts, while huge portions remain off-limits due to the fact that it is still a private residence.


Take a walk in Holland Park
Holland Park is the largest park in the Royal Borough of Kensington (including Earl’s Court) and Chelsea. From the serene Kyoto Garden (a traditional Japanese garden with water features, stone lanterns, and peacocks) to sports venues, wilderness reserves, and even a covered area where opera performances are staged during the summer, there is much to see and do with your elite London escort. AFter a nice stroll in the park, perhaps it's time to book a Blue Velvet party girl escort.


Visit Stamford Bridge 
Visit Stamford Bridge and learn about its history. Take a peek around Chelsea FC's stadium. Look into the locker rooms, stroll through the tunnel, and get a view of the stadium from the pitch. Return to the museum to discover more about this London club. All of these should be fun to experience on a date with one of our sexy escort girls!


Quench your thirst for art -  spend your date at the museums
The Science Museum, Natural History Museum, and V&A all provide a diverse selection of exhibits, demonstrations, and other activities, so there's plenty to go around with your date.


Unwind yourself on the Roof Gardens
The Roof Gardens are a great place to unwind. This 1.5-acre park, which is open to the public and features restaurants, three separate garden sections, and even a trio of flamingos, is located on the top of an old department store on Kensington High Street. And the best part is, it's transformed into a club at night. Include this spot in your venues to visit list with your Earls Court escort. Our girls love to party, and they love to party with great guys like you.


Visit Garden Lodge
This gated and walled-off site is an enduring shrine for Queen fans since it contains the house where the renowned band's vocalist Freddie Mercury spent his final years fighting the AIDS sickness before succumbing and dying much too soon in 1991. Mary Austin, one of his friends, still considers it home. 


Stroll past the Eardley Gardens
Finally, strolling through this exquisite townhouse means passing the old home of still another renowned name: Hattie Jacques of the Carry On film series, one of the UK's best-loved comedic performers of the past. She spent much of her life at this address.

The most dramatic example in London, Earls Court, is in the midst of a multi-decade urban reconstruction project that will irrevocably alter its identity. Now is a fantastic time to go exploring the hidden corners of this part of London with your elite London escort with an Earls Court incall