Globetrotters Hostel Glasgow
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This morning I am off to the Victoria Halls before work to cast my vote, as this is the day Scotland gets to decide whether or not to become independent. Not being an early riser, I have missed the first rush and the street outside the polling station is not much busier than usual. Just as I am about to turn into the entrance, a monster of a lorry pulls up by the kerb and the driver emerges to walk into the polling station. I am interested to see that the lorry is Polish - EU ...
... Started at the cathedral and Necropolis, the Necropolis is huge, my pictures don't really capture how big of a graveyard it is, very cool to walk through it. Then it was off to the science centre which had a lot of neat displays and activities. After that it was off to the riverside museum which had a neat display of older Glasgow and the different dress, vehicles etc. Lots of information on different ships as well. The ...
... the museum quite a lot and they also had some excellent art works including Dali's Christ of St. John of the Cross. Now I haven't generally been a fan of religious art, but this one is impressive. Firstly because it's very apparent just how much of a talented painter Dali was and secondly because of the very different perspective of the painting. I was being lazy and didn't take a picture so you'll just have to google it. When I had explored the Kelvin Grove Museum to ...
Our accommodation tonight is at the Radisson Blu Hotel. After meeting with the group for dinner we headed for a brief exploration of Glasgow’s Central Station nearby. The lovely staff allowed us to watch several trains arriving and departing from the main platform area. Virgin trains provide regular services to London throughout each day taking a picturesque four hour trip to the UK capital.
... although occasional glimpses of the large flailing arms appeared above the housetops. On the outskirts of the town I gave up and tried to snap them, but you will have to look hard to see them. They are so large in reality, but inconspicuous in photos. There was no sound where I was. Houses were nearer, but they may be inaudible, although certainly not invisible.
Back to Forth tomorrow. The forecast is for improvement, although the showers cleared this afternoon and it is mild.