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... visit to Glasgow I feel compelled to cast my eyes over how she is being cared for. Advances and development are plentiful and visible along the banks of the River Clyde. The grand old sandstone ladies that line the city centre streets look out over a city being modernized but where modernity and convenience meets heritage, there are visible scars from these battles fought. The scars will heal in time and Glasgow will endure, living true to its timeless city ...
... Then across the courtyard and into the war memorial, oh so grand and such a special place with a small catholic chapel. The down pipes in the courtyard have moulded ornate straps in gold showing the thistle, English rose and clover. We have a short break of coffee and cake and then continue to explore a little long. Suzanne had a request from a friend to have a drink at the Bow Bar so we searched that out, the bartender must have been lonely as for the time we were there he ...
... needed to be done.
Saw St Bernard's Well - where aristocrats took healing waters and breathed the fresh air.
Walked UNDER Dean Bridge and saw "Rhema Christian Centre" from a different angle - not sure if the church was previously called something...
Got a tad muddy - so gumboots next time.
TWO: Found an Australian stuffed toy in a co-op shop for Lisa who works(ed) at the local Scotmid (like a BiLo) and is due to give birth on 7th Dec. It's actually a puppet and ...
A 1 hour flight to Edinburgh on twin propeller plane.
An ex hurricane from America is threatening to hit the south east UK sometime today but as we land it looks as thought it may just of headed north instead and come straight here.It is bucketing down.
We catch the airlink bus easily enough for £7 ...
... of heraldry. On the way up Castle Hill we saw the de-consecrated Tollbooth Kirk which is now used as the headquarters for the Edinburgh Festival which starts next week. That is the festival where the Tattoo takes place, a three week long competition for military bands from all over the world. We also saw and heard a bagpiper on the way up Castle Hill. When we got to the castle we walked into the parade grounds where the Tattoo takes ...
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