Famous nightlife is extremely rich! Full of all kinds of dogs and horses! Various people here chatter and laughter! Love the night life friends can come here to see.
Soho in London is next to Regent Street and Oxford Street, which are famous for its big names, and not too far from Chinatown, which is also very special because of the theater, where there are a lot of bars and all sorts of neon tubes in London. Not many free and open people on the main road like to come to a few bars, so it was a nice weekend with pretty girls and boys
Soho, in lower Manhattan, is a special area with a cultural heritage and a good city graffiti scene. There are more popular brands here, compared to the price of the brand here on Fifth Avenue, the price of the people are more pro-people. And the whole area is quite large, if you want to go through it all, it will take most of the day.
Relaxing garden area in the heart of Soho. Gets busy in hot weather. Nice bar on the north corner which is a bit pricey. However if you're on a bit of a budget there's a Tesco just round the corner for food booze and refreshments.
Nice little park to escape the crowds of Soho/Oxford for a sec.
Beautiful square, which used to be the centre of Soho. Epicentre of street parties there, and a nice place to relax. Too small to let kids run around much, but nice for adults.
amidst all the hustle and bustle of soho is this small lovely garden surrounded by cafes and restaurants.
Soho Square is a square in Soho, London, England, with a park and garden area at its centre that dates back to 1681. It was originally called King Square after Charles II, whose statue stands in the square.