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... br> I pretty much had the place to myself between 6:00 and 8:00
in the morning to wander about the new pedestrian bridges across Clyde, and
around the Glasgow Science Museum and Glasgow Observation Tower, the huge
Scottish National Exhibition Center, the Riverside Museum and an events center
whose shape has earned it the nickname “The Armadillo”. These are all on land
that was once part of Glasgow’s extensive ...
... a loud and boisterous pro-independence rally in Glasgow's George Square, complete with saltires, pipers, loudhailers and the shouting down of a small Better Together group.
Within Helensburgh though a reasonably civilised atmosphere has prevailed, with both 'Yes' and 'No' campaign stalls peacefully sharing the newly reopened town square at the weekend. The lamp posts on the road into town alternate 'Yes' and 'No' signs, or else sport both, giving a somewhat ...
What a pleasant short flight to our usual 8 to 10 hours!!! No immigration......kathryn had her head in the window for the whole flight.....watching most of the west coast. Got the shuttle into the city no problems. I thought liverpool was good for pubs, but there seems to be one every ...
... The morning was rainy so we sat in a coffee shop and waited it out. We chatted about the dominating but declining Protestant (Church of Scotland) and Roman Catholic following, and Ross' current role as a humanist celebrant. Glasgow is lucky to have someone like Ross' celebrating weddings, funerals and naming ceremonies. From there we headed to the Scott Monument, Bank of Scotland and then up the Royal Mile. We headed back down the Royal Mile after ...
... at the castle we joined the tour from there that walked to Argyll's Lodging, this is a noblemans house that was built in the 1600's over about 120 years in about 4 stages. It is the most complete house of this age in Britain apparently and because they have the house inventories from the 1680's they have been able to replicate the kitchens, lower and upper dining rooms, drawing room, ladies room and bedchamber. Liam thought this the best ...