Well you found my secret sliding menu, so maybe you’re interested in finding some of London’s secrets – the stuff that is hidden in plain sight if only you knew where to look.
So here’s some starters to whet your appetite.
On the clock above Horse Guards on Whitehall, you’ll see a distinct black smudge by the number 2. This marks the hour at which King Charles I was beheaded outside Banqueting House on a cold January afternoon in 1649.
Bombed during the Blitz, all that remains of St Dunstan in the East is its tower and a rather peaceful garden where the church once stood. A perfect escape from the hustle and bustle.