We awoke to a light dusting of snow of the rooftops of the city- very pretty. The flakes seemed to lighten the heaviness of the darkened stone that made up the city. Reminiscent of Mary Poppins –wrong city, I know.
Our flight from Edinburgh was uneventful, although we had to wait over an hour to retrieve our luggage -British transport system sucks.
Tip: Don’t make plans the day when arriving in London -they rarely work out.
Andrew was ever so thoughtful when planning our honeymoon -he included our last night stay at the Waldorf Astoria. Yay us!!
Tip: Because the Waldorf is part of the Hilton chain, Hilton points can apply to one’s stay within the system. Andrew had enough to pay for the night. We would have stayed 2 nights, but that’s another story. Details forthcoming.
We caught our new Harrod’s Kitten attempting to order room service but he didn’t have our credit card number or the room number. Heh! He must get the audacity from my side of the family.
It’s our Honeymoon!!
Tip: We remembered to tell folks briefly (who would listen) that the reason for our trip was because it was our honeymoon. Telling those who are affiliated within any part of the service industry will -in most cases- indicate this to their manager; often, the staff may be empowered to make special upgrades as a surprise to the guest. Do be sure to thank them on the spot and at the end of the event, or they may recant their gift.