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.
We know that James Bond loves smoked salmon, and it comes as little surprise that he shares his taste of smoked salmon with his creator, Ian Fleming.