[26/12] We are on our way, with some glitches. Misread the flight schedule and went to the airport two hours early. Sailed through security, partly because Sun Country/IcelandAir gave us a wheelchair. Weather delayed almost everything by an hour or more, which ultimately meant we had a much shorter layover in Iceland but a long day in MSP.
[27/12] IcelandAir also provided a chair plus a pusher, so we again skipped the lines. And rather than having to walk across the tarmack and walk up the steps against a 30 mph wind with the real people, we had a little enclosed truck that lifted us up to the plane. We were tired enough that we both slept most of the way. At Gatwick, we had an electric cart that ran us around Immigration, collected our luggage, and delivered us to the cab stand. We opted for a taxi rather than two trains and a bus with seven pieces of luggage (counting purses, CPAPs, and computer cases.) It would have been better if I had brought the address of our AirBnB. But the combination of a London cabby and modern technology got us there.
[28/12] We are now having hot chocolate in the National Gallery. So far, so good.