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... we came on. Of course I made a couple of more wrong turns along the way and got to Glasgow on the wrong side of the river & had to backtrack and ended up parking at the wrong end of Sauchiehall Street, a very long street, and walking the entire length to find ...
... Yes, they did the "full monty".
Good weather was still with us so it was great just to get out and walk around. We visited the Botanic Gardens and walked down Byres Road near the university. There were lots of students around there and in the area near our B and B which gave the areas a youthful "vibe".
An interesting and eclectic city.. definitely worth the visit..
... cook up some dinner.
OK yesterday we bored you with Cathedral's, today we will bore you with castles. First on the list is Dumbarton. A little history first, Dumbarton guards a point where two rivers (River Leven and River Clyde) join. This has been a strategic point since the 1300's. William Wallace, Robert the Bruce and Mary Queen of Scots all graced this rock with their presents. It saw action in the Napoleonic Wars, WWI & WWII. Most people think of ...
... 000 cuddly Clyde replicas sold in less than four weeks, plus 34,000 men’s tees. Clyde mania has swept teh city and the world. Clyde's Trail Clyde's Back Story
... amazing to live there. It felt like Hogwarts! Our Dean told Aaron and Thomas about a little “pub village” nearby. It was a cute little pedestrian cobblestone street lined with little pubs and restaurants that looked like tiny houses where the 7 dwarves would live. We had a pretty good dinner in one of them, where I tried a Reeses pieces martini…not bad!
Today was really interesting, though. I had a Field Lab for my ...