BEST WESTERN Glasgow City Hotel
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... is a monument to those that gave their lives in WW II. Statues of interest in the square include a pair of horses with Queen Victoria and her husband the Prince Consort Albert, and one of James Watt the inventor of the steam engine. Glasgow is a college town so the statue of Albert has an orange construction cone on his head as this is a typical prank performed by students.
We walked around downtown looking at the architecture and eventually found ...
... then were told to stop - Health and Safety said the stones on the ground were a hazard as someone might slip on them!! Anyway we bought some plants that will spread and the colour of the flower will be blue - Rangers colours. Stuart drove us around Glasgow. It never ceases to amaze Dave and I how magnificent some of the buildings in Glasgow are, their bridges are wonderful too.
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... Steak Sandwich with pint of cider 7 pound… loved it. Early night cause next few days will be build up for the wedding, and then on Sunday - the reason for my trip… The Wedding! Day three Angela and I were warned that the Orange Parade was on today and to avoid the city - as typically there are riots etc…. so we decided to carry on with our touring! Went to Barrows market - not impressed… and then onto ...
I've been rubbish at blogging but fear not I will fill in the blanks on the USA now I've managed to retrieve photos my iCloud confusion meant went not to a cloud but to digital heaven. Having decided it's much easier to blog as I go here I am starting as I mean to go on waiting for my flight to Singapore. It is a bit early for bubbly but in the words of Marco Polo, "Sod it!" ...
... and visited the Museum of Modern Art. Of no interest to Doug or Andy but we were amused by the statue of Wellington which is often surmounted by an inverted traffic cone. Had coffee and then met Christine and Ritchie who took us to lunch at The Grill Bar, a swanky restaurant. Had starters of fresh fruit and prawns in Mayo, followed by sole fillets. Much family talk. A premier league footballer, Charlie Adam, renowned as a hard man sat at the next ...