10: Bond Street junction with Piccadilly

Bond Street PiccadillyBond Street can be easy to miss as it is quite narrow at this end. De Beers, the diamond company have their headquarters on the corner, with black flags outside. The Piccadilly end of Bond Street is more correctly called 'Old' Bond Street, and this leads into 'New' Bond Street further up. All the famous jewellery names are found here, along with the auctioneers Sotheby's and Christies plus the big-name European fashion houses.

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Chelsea Houseboats
Bluebird Garage
The Pheasantry |
Peter Jones |
Sloane Street |
Knightsbridge |
Apsley House |
Hard Rock Cafe |
Atheneum Hotel |
Bond Street |
Burlington Arcade |
Royal Academy |
Piccadilly Circus |
Theatres |
Centre Point |
James Smith |
British Museum |
Dickens House |
Mount Pleasant |
Banksy |
Sadlers Wells |
Angel |
Camden Passage |
108 |
Exmouth Market |
Hatton Garden |
Tram Underpass |
Ethical Society |
Odeon Cinema |
Chinatown |
Waterstones |
Fortnum and Mason |
Ritz Hotel |
Green Park |
Wellington Arch |
Harvey Nichols |
Royal Court |
Saatchi Gallery |
King's Road |
Albert Bridge

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