Wednesday, when we arrived back to London we checked back into the Savoy Hotel (another piece of Heaven), and were escorted to another amazing riverside room with possibly an even better view of London – because it was on the corner so even the bathroom had a view of Parliament! We walked down to lunch at Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese – back to one of the first places I went to in London! We hung out in the hotel until it was time for dinner. Our final dinner in London was at Little Social. A cozy, and delicious french restaurant. We shared oysters, and I had….guess….the steak frites! For desserts I had house made truffles and Anthony had the cheese plate. All with a bottle of wine, it was the perfect meal for the last night in London.
Thursday. The final day. Our flight was not until 5 so we had the morning to enjoy. We decided on the London Eye and it was the most gorgeous day to overlook my city one last time. We had lunch at the Sommerset House, where the Courtauld Gallery is, and walked along the river. Our cab driver on the way to the airport was amazing, full of knowledge about the city and talked lots of shop about football with Anthony and I. He took us a great scenic route by way of Trafalgar Square, the Mall, Buckingham Palace, by Knightsbridge and Harrods, and a great sight as we exited central London right by our Victoria and Albert Museum.