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Lou233

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Hi, I'm in London next week seeing the Professor but want to go to Jo Malone on Regent Street while I'm there. It's doable in a taxi but I need to find a toilet on Regent St to go to before I get a cab back to Euston.

Does anyone know of any nearby? Does the Boots that looks to be nearby have one?

Many thanks xx
Jmb

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I always go to the ones in topshop at the Oxford Circus cross roads but they have reduced the amount so there is normally a queue . I have heard the ones in Liberty department store are very nice. There is a big Waterstones just off Piccadilly Circus too which had toilets last time I went as they have a cafe.
Lou233

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Thanks, that's great. I don't think Liberty is too far away x

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If it helps, the Prof's clinic is just off Oxford Street and the John Lewis there has a large Jo Malone concession.  There are plenty of clean loos on all the floors of JL and you can have a cup of tea/water/cake in the top floor cafe.
Lou233

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Quick update- after an awful journey down to London from Manchester with my bladder screaming at the whole journey and a bad (and long cos of traffic) taxi journey to the Professor's clinic I decided to be brave and go to Jo Malone. It needed to be the Regent Street one as only their store has the perfume I wanted and I've been waiting for it to come back for years and continually checking eBay for it!

I actually rang up the shop before I went to check they had it in stock and to ask whether I could use their toilet and after I explained why, they said yes, so thank you Jo Malone. There we're also no probs using their staff loo when I was there. I had a quick walk up to Hamleys and got a cab back to Euston.

Am now on the train back and my bladder is screaming at me again but I'm glad I was brave x
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Well done Lou33.

Hope you survived return journey and have a good night.

Do keep us posted on your visit to Prof and your treatment journey.

Thank you for taking time to post.

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