This cobblestoned, glass-covered Victorian-era market built in 1881 now houses upscale retail shops
A fabulous, inexpensive lunch spot atop tombstones in the crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields church on Trafalgar Square
A 380-year-old market with more than 30 places to eat all manner of delicious and inexpensive food
A lovely courtyard garden spot for lunch or afternoon tea amid the 18th century splendors of the Wallace Collection museum
The Royal Standard flag never flies at half-mast since the monarch is never dead. Whenever one king or queen dies, his or her successor immediately becomes the new monarch. "The king is dead, long live the king!"