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Travel Blogs from Glasgow
... the **** out of me.But I could not stop looking at this guy!He was like a dopple ganger (is that the right term?) or something!Turns out he was from Canada, so not quite Colm…although I did
actually ask him if he had relatives in Ireland.He didn’t.But another friend was made! Not sure if I will ever get an
email from him but yeah.Lisa xo
... across the border to England we visited the Peoples Palace on Glasgow Green. It has diverse exhibitions telling about the life of the people in the city over the decades.
We set up the navigator in the car to take us to Nina's in Bowburn close to Durham. Turns out the time estimation given by the machine was more than accurate and we arrived on time for dinner and to see the little ones off to bed.
... on the line waiting for a bit of maintenance for an hour. No problem to us as we had no connection though it was causing some grief to our fellow passengers. At Queen Street we'd already bought our tickets to head out to Ian's at Garrowhill so we were able just to slip down to the low level and then he train turned up at immediately. It was strange heading past stations that were oh so familiar, High Street, Bellgrove, Carntyne, Shettleston ...
Our hunt for nessy began very early on the 7th of August 2013, we were on a day trip to Loch Ness and the Scottish highlands. For those of you who know Scotland at all, a day trip from Edinburgh to Loch Ness return is a serious day trip. The round trip took a total of 12 hours, but Scotland is so drop dead gorgeous it was worth every minute. We had a local guide taking ...
... from a tree, he restarted the fire.
The Bell = Thought to have been brought by Mungo from Rome, and used in services to mourn the deceased.
The Fish = Queen Languoreth of Strathclyde was suspected of infidelity by her husband, King Riderch, who demanded to see her ring, which he claimed she had given to her lover. In reality the King had thrown it into the River Clyde. Faced with execution she appealed for help to Mungo, who ordered a messenger ...