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Forming a historic part of London's culture and nightlife scene, Carnaby Street (and its surrounding roads) has seen its share of London Town's mischief. Deriving its name from Karnaby House, which was built in 1683, it has since developed into a famous street crawling with food, nightlife and a world-class shopping experience. Located in London's West End, it was the birthplace of the Swinging 60's in London, where the Beatles and the Rolling Stones came to get their clothes at 'His Clothes', and was a regular spot for style icon Brigitte Bardot. Legend suggests that Paul McCartney met his first wife, Linda Eastman, at Bag O'Nails Club at Kingly Street, adjacent to Carnaby Street. One of the most iconic music...