Jarndyce booksellers of "bizarre books." We have reached our wit's end! Buckingham PalaceLove this stately home on St. James Street. White's Gentlemen's club, St. James Street, Mayfair, England. Refuge of lords and rogues. St. George's of Hanover Square, where the fashionable people married.Spencer House in London. The Royal Crescent in Bath. Wish we all wore hats like we used to. Brighton Pavilion. Brighton Pavilion. Bruton Street, home of Julia Quinn's Bridgerton family!Mayfair Chemists & PerfumersBath. This pawnshop dates to 1770 and appears in The Tattooed Duke. English folk so kindly named this road after the heroine of A Tale of Two Lovers. 57 Fleet Street (address of the offices of The London Weekly) as it is today. Interior of St. Bride's Church, which figures prominently in A Tale of Two Lovers. Bond Street, where Regency heroines did their shopping.