Wordless Wednesday 11 – London Life Around Marylebone

Locally In Central London – A Stroll Around Marylebone and Baker Street

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Baker Street Underground Station Forecourt and Shops

Sherlock Holmes Hotel

The Busy Marylebone Road

Marylebone Mainline Station

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  1. beautiful architecture!

  2. Stan says:

    I like your pictures of city life in London. Very nice.

  3. amandab says:

    That will certainly give me a new perspective the next time I play Monopoly! LOL

    Great pics, as always, and thanks for stopping by!

    • stevebethere says:

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      @ amandab
      LMAO i never looked at it that way what a good idea i could do the board
      watch out for Mayfair and Park Lane they are just down the road lol

  4. dennis the mennis says:

    I had no idea there was a sherlock holmes hotel! nice.

  5. Katz (And Other) Tales says:

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    Thanks for dropping by our blog. Nice pictures! I do miss the UK sometimes, esp nasty sausage rolls and cheap pork sausages πŸ™‚

    • stevebethere says:

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      @ Katz
      Haha! Am loving this weeks comments

      lmao @

      nasty sausage rolls and cheap pork sausages

      Thank you also for visiting πŸ™‚

  6. nice shots of London. the first shot is my favourite. πŸ™‚

    • stevebethere says:

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      @ life ramblings
      Ah! the underground station and shops,
      it’s usually a lot busier only it was early and raining

      Nothing new there lol

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    I might go and visit Sherlock Holmes later I may have a case for him…!

    • stevebethere says:

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      @ William
      PMFSL I knew you would pop up at some point

      Well you won’t find him at the Sherlock Holmes Hotel cos there’s no room it’s too small lol

  8. Maureen @Tatter Scoops says:

    Fantastic pictures! Thanks for taking me to explore London, always wanted to go there πŸ˜€
    Happy WW!

  9. Marg says:

    Those are great pictures. Are those apartments over the little stores?? I like the last picture too. Are both those roads for people walking?? Sorry for all the questions. It is just interesting to me.

    • stevebethere says:

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      @ Marg
      It comprises of the underground station a pharmacy, souvenir and theatre ticket shop etc and a Sherlock Holmes statue, the other end unattached is The London Planetarium and Madame Tussauds
      Their was apartments above i am not sure about now though.

      Yes the roads are for people walking the taxi’s and buses stop there for the station and a hotel opposite.

  10. LadyNoor says:

    Great pictures. The buildings details are awesome..

  11. amanda says:

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    I love the architecture. Lovely pics.

  12. especially love that first one. it is so London-ish!

  13. Comedy Plus says:

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    It must be cold there? Everyone seems to be wearing sweaters and coats. I would love to visit someday. Thanks for sharing your part of the world with the rest of us.

    Have a terrific day. πŸ™‚

    • stevebethere says:

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      @ CP
      It was light raining yesterday when i took them it was mild but probably cold to what your used to.

      Thanks for stopping by πŸ™‚

  14. alicia says:

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    Great pics, but I must admit. I’m a little traveled out. Happy WW! Thanks for stopping by.

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    Wow – Sherlock Holmes Hotel! How cool is that?

    My WW

  16. Sathish @ TechieMania says:

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    Awesome pictures. Actually I need to praise the architectures. Thanks for sharing

  17. lots of interesting buildings! I was surprised by the Sherlock Holmes Hotel as well, LOL! The Marylebone Station looks like a school building to me, maybe there is a school I’ve been to with that architecture?

    • stevebethere says:

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      @ Faythe
      haha! yes and it only looks bigger enough to house Holes and Watson lol.

      Could the school be St Trinians hehe! πŸ™‚

  18. Uyen says:

    Thanks for giving me a taste of London! I’ve never been there before and now I definitely want to go! Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

  19. Carrie says:

    Love them all, TFS! Even though I’ve never been, somehow feel homesick. lol

  20. stevebethere says:

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    @ Carrie
    Haha! i am glad you like em

    and thanks for stopping by.

  21. zezebel says:

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    Woooow Steve.
    Is that really in London? If in Kuala Lumpur the street will be busy with cars. I love to be in that place in your picture. small crowd. Hehehehe…

  22. stevebethere says:

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    @ zezebel
    Hi zezebel, a good point
    The pics are a bit deceiving in that respect really as it was i went out quite early to avoid the crowds and also it was starting to rain,

    also to get a shot from across the other side of the road i had to wait for the traffic to stop at the traffic lights lol.

    Thanks for stopping by πŸ™‚

  23. BlogTech Online says:

    I like the pictires of London,It’s very nice.

  24. Evan's Mom says:

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    I went to London last month to attend the Farnborough airshow, and really enjoyed touring (and shopping) around the city!
    I took picture of Sherlock Holmes pub, but can’t remember if I saw the hotel. Are they at the same area?

    • stevebethere says:

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      @ Evan’s Mom

      I took picture of Sherlock Holmes pub, but can’t remember if I saw the hotel. Are they at the same area?

      No, the hotel is in Baker Street and the pub is between Trafalgar Square and Charing Cross which is the one you are talking about i presume, it’s a nice pub.

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting πŸ™‚

  25. Emm says:

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    Lovely shots! i love that area of town and want to go on a bit of a Sherlock Holmes excursion one day.

  26. stevebethere says:

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    @ Emm
    Thanks Emm do they still do them?

    Yes i like living around here.

    Thanks for stopping by Emm

  27. spooo_oks says:

    London… has to be the greatest City in the world, no it is the greatest City in the world…