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Sad to say goodbye to Charmaine and Ron - we were so lucky to be able to spend the time with them this visit - we feel like we got to know them a little better. Eased ourselves back into the city routine today, a nice long walk around Bearsden and a little shopping. Tonight it is our turn to take Murray and Margaret out for a nice dinner - they have been serving multi-course gourmet meals for a ...
... we were I did get my hug!
Glasgow is still buzzing with Commonwealth Games and in fact the merchandise marquee is right outside our bedroom window at the Millennium (George Square right central in the city) and everything is half price and more!
Returned our wee car this afternoon so its feet for the next 24 hours!
Tomorrow will be exploring Glasgow on the public transport.
... up, we stopped at Glasgow University as well to pick up other IFSA students and then we were on our way! Drove for a couple hours and enjoyed the scenery, hopped onto a ferry (on the bus) and then we were there! We all met up in the common room at the Benmore Center where students of Edinburgh Uni, St. Andrews Uni, Glasgow Uni's and Stirling Uni congregated.
Friday evening there was a night hike or the option to watch Rob Roy which some of us decided to do so we wouldn't ...
... We immediately visited the Glasgow Cathedral, the gothic style cathedral built in the 12th century. It is also known as St. Mungo’s Cathedral. Saint Mungo was an apostle in the 6th century, and also the patron saint and founder of the city of Glasgow. Mungo was also known as Kentigern, and is famous for the four religious miracles he performed in Glasgow. The following verse describes those miracles:
Here is the bird that ...
... certain areas of the city too! Did you also know that Edinburgh Castle dates back to the 12th century? That's the 1100's! The castle is still owned by the Scottish government to this day. The castle has seen all of Scotland's kings and queens from King David I in the 12th century, all the way to the Jacobite uprising (the reign of King James II) in the 17th century. During my time in Scotland I saw other interesting sights such as The Elephant Café. This was ...