SACO Glasgow - Cochrane Street
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Glasgow, while not as architecturally impressive as Edinburgh, it definitely has its gems and there is tons to do. We got in early evening on Tuesday and were looking forward to freshening up and enjoying some time with a couple relatives. The next day, after getting over a slight hangover, we made our way downtown for some sightseeing. One thing I will say about Glasgow - there is tons to do for those of us on a budget! Everything that we went to yesterday was ...
... was off home to recuperate and prepare for the following days activities which included a drive to Inverness to see if we could find the famous Loch Ness monster Nessie. We set off early the next morning as it was quite a distance to Loch Ness and we intended to visit various points of interest along the way. The Scottish countryside is stunning with beautiful rolling hills and trees viewed on every side as well as numerous small and large lochs (lakes) and rivers snaking ...
... and her fiancée John at the Dome - perhaps the most elegant and attractive restaurant we have ever been in!
We enjoy time together - shades of Skye!
We walk and walk.
The old Calton burial grounds are fascinating and sadly, we miss the Queen at Edinburgh Castle!
Glasgow is interesting!
While the architecture is equally impressive the atmosphere is darker.
We see many ...
... 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 ...
... then) and the ceilings are not high. However, the fireplaces in each room are massive and you can see where they were used to cook as well as heat. The walls have to be about two feet thick and the exposed stone gives it that old look. You can barely hear the traffic outside. All in all just add running water and hydro and I'm good. This is another fascinating piece of history that has been preserved for generations to come and learn about the past. We take the bus back to our ...