New York's St Regis Hotel plays a small role in James Bond's adventures. Ian Fleming's choice of hotel may not have entirely random.
In the novel of Goldfinger, James Bond and Jill Masterton enjoy a trip from Miami to New York. For sustenance, they have Champagne and caviar sandwiches. In the film adaptation, dinner is again provided, but this time it's a little more balanced.
Disneyland Paris is perhaps the most improbable location that the literary James Bond has ever visited. But in 1993, just a year after the park was opened, John Gardner sent Bond there in his novel Never Send Flowers.
In the film of Moonraker, James Bond meets Hugo Drax while afternoon tea is being served. Drax regards the ritual as England's one contribution to Western civilisation
Bacon and eggs have a significant place in the novel of The Spy Who Loved Me. The word 'bacon' appears nine times, while eggs, often in association with the bacon, are mentioned fourteen times. What's more, all the main character eat the items.
The beginning of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service finds James Bond on the beach at Royale-les-Eaux reminiscing about his childhood holidays at the seaside.
James Bond doesn't tend to wear disguises in his film adventures (or even his literary ones, come to that). However, one form of his standard attire does lend itself to a different role and Bond puts it to good use in Licence to Kill.