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Marylebone, London

Review of Marylebone by nick on October 18th, 2007
Marylebone has a bustly village feel to it which is all the more surprising to find when you consider its location. Sandwiched twixt Oxford Street to the south and the M40 Euston Road to the north the area somehow seems to avoid all that and has a good character all of its own. There are many fine and individual shops, bars and restaurants and many celebrities have homes here. With the west end just a quick stroll away and Hyde and Regents Parks also closeby Marylebone is hard to beat as a London location.

Review of Marylebone by Philip Shorn on October 2nd, 2007
Hi, You may be interested in a recently opened art gallery in Marylebone, Central London for your local listings. - The Colomb Art Gallery The gallery exhibits and sells original art from recognised British and international fine artists. It is situated between Baker Street and Marylebone High Street so really easy to get to. You can can find out more at the gallery's website: www.colomb-art.co.uk I thank you in advance & please feel free to contact me if you would like further information on 020 7487 5118. All the best, Philip Shorn

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