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Travel Blogs from Glasgow
... in such a heavy pedestrian walkway. We walked over to the Piping Center's museum to learn about bagpipes and their music, including a short film. Afterwards we walked back to the Hard Rock Cafe for lunch. Jean just wanted a drink, and I got a chicken sandwich with ham - it was pretty good. The wait staff was very courteous and the restaurant was small, but nicely laid out on multiple levels. We then returned to the hotel to see ...
... a friend was joining too. Another Glaswegian for me to know! But now I had 2 levels of knowness and I don’t usually have
many of those. I usually either know everyone or no-one. Oh well.Arriving on one of those tiny skateboard things, was Barney.But he was not getting his jacket back. No way. I was frozen
and soaked.We went for coffee, and talked about music and such and it
... much older campus than Strathclyde, where Matt goes, and that it was beautiful. After about an hour of walking, I got to see the campus, and boy was it gorgeous.
The buildings were tall and definitely old. They had huge windows and beautiful architecture. It sat on top of a hill and you could see the tops of the buildings just above the trees as you were approaching it from far away.
After exploring that side of Glasgow, we headed back to ...
... fluid (magnetorheological fluid). It had two large electromagnets poking through the fluid, and cut with spiral screw threads, so when the coils are energised, the fluid climbs up the spirals and then sticks out little spokes. It is a wonderful display to watch, and we all spent time videoing it in operation.
By about 3:00pm everything was ready, and we took our damaged millimetre wave device and some spare ferro-fluid displays and drove back to St Andrews.
It had stopped ...
... and nothing was authentic.
Meeting this friendly Scottsman really helped our outlook of the surroundings and gave us lots of hope for meeting more of the Scottish folk and conversing.... and the thick accent only scared us a little bit. :)
Stirling Castle and Wallace National Monument
Thanks to the fellow from the gift shop, our Stirling visit had now split into 2 distinct pitstops: the castle and the Wallace National Monument. We ...