Travel: Strolling through the streets of London

Marylebone offers a stress-free trip to London, with swanky restaurants and quaint independent shops all nearby, writes Gillian Nelis

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
5th February, 2017
Marylebone High Street in London: you’re never more than a few minutes away from something interesting

There are times in life when it’s impossible to conclude anything other than that the universe truly hates you. I’m experiencing one of those moments outside Bond Street tube station, a couple of weeks before Christmas.

Having hefted our suitcase up many sets of stairs on our journey from London City Airport, my husband and I are about to set off for the short walk to Marylebone, our home for our...

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