SACO Glasgow - Cochrane Street
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... Cleaning is not possible as it damages the soft sandstone. Forward of the Nave is the Choir where services are held these days. Pic 5. The organ wasn't added until the C19 and can be seen high up on both sides in Pic 4. Pic 6 is a lovely colourful alter in the Crypt. Pic 7 is the beautiful eagle in the lectern. The Chapter house was added by king James 1 in the early C15. His coat of arms can be ...
One full day in Glasgow. It started early, about 3 am. Woke up all excited and thought about how ro make the most of my day. I found a "Hop on, Hop off" bus tour that seemed to cover most of the things I had on my list to do. The tour is run by ......... and there are 28 stops/pick up points along the route.
The first double-decker bus left at 9 am so off ...
... Shirley and I had not been to this area of Buchanan. It was in back of the Opera house and seemed to be a happening place - lots of big stores, kids singing with microphones and all, and tons of people shopping and coming and going - it seemed to be more of a center than St. George Square was. Got to the airport and see you at home ...
... In reality the king had chucked the wedding ring into the river! The Queen, fearing death at the hands of her murderous husband, appealed to good ol' Mungo for help. St. Mungo had a fisherman cast a line into the river. They cut open the first fish that they caught and wouldn't you know the Queens wedding ring was inside and her good name cleared. Huzzah! Leaving the Cathedral, and the east end, behind I made a long 45 minute trek all the way across town to the Kelvingrove Art ...
... in the beginning. There was a lot of healthy teasing going on between all players. It was great. At one point I managed to sink a dart into the wall (the dartboard was hung on the inside of a closet door which you opened up into the hallway, but you could still hit the wall behind it, right under the ceiling.) Apparently that had happened a fair number of times before because the wall was peppered with tiny holes around where my dart had landed.
My flight left ...