Some people like to keep their travels low-profile. If you’re one of them, you will fall in love in Bloomsbury, a small part of London settled between Clerkenwell, Holborn, and Soho. Don’t be fooled by its size, though, as Bloomsbury offers some of London’s most famous buildings and attractions. When visiting Bloomsbury, take the escort to Coram Fields, which is home to a former Thomas Coram’s Foundling Hospital. Once an orphanage with a great history, the hospital was transformed to a museum and art gallery, where you can learn about tales that inspired Jamila Gavin to create the novel Coram Boy - a piece of art turned into a play by Helen Edmundson in 2005. Bloomsbury is a heaven for bookworms and cartoon lovers. The area has plenty of cafes with impressive collections of poetry of all kinds. People gather here for readings and recitals, but they also visit cafes on a regular basis. There’s a Cartoon Museum, too, and a line of small bookshops right west of the British Museum. For accommodation and other leisure attractions, we recommend you to ask Bloomsbury escorts for their services.