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... to find some rather more conventionally recognisable works, and we admire both the ironmongery of the tribute 'celebrating the shipbuilders who made the Clyde great' and the wooden sculpture featuring stylised Mackintosh roses. The dry ski slope further along does not have much custom but looks quite in place in its context.
On the way home after some grocery shopping at 6 pm, there is still hardly a cloud in the sky.
... Kerry with its expansive views, rolling mountains, and untamed vegetation before driving into Blantyre- a glum, boring city- with the intention of catching the train into Glasgow in the morning.
Pulling up on the side of a road close by the train station in front of a line of houses and upon a strangely active street where cars whizz by much faster than the 20 miles an hour that they're supposed to, we bedded for the night.
We left for Glasgow at ...
... in 1860 and the replica of the famous Claret Jug are on display. Prestwick is a course which reminds all who play it of the essence of links golf as originally conceived
The Gailes is a great location for golfing or visiting in the Troon, Ayr, Irvine, and Prestwick. Our room was done in a modern décor with warm boutique yet homey feel. It definitely meets its four-star rating ...
... and gas).
Which meant cutting our time touring around Glasgow in half - but I'm getting ahead of myself. We left the hostel in the morning and walked until we saw our double-decker tour bus. After being unceremoniously plunged into the Theatre District (used to be more theatres in Glasgow than in any other city in the world - it still plays home to the tallest) we arrived in George Square: a British ...
... Monument. The monument seemed to be a much less touristy stop, despite being just as beautiful as the castle itself. Plus, you could climb to the top of the monument and view the entire counryside INCLUDING the castle itself. So it really was a great piece of advice. However, upon viewing the monument and finding out it took a long hike to get there (on top of a fee to get inside)... we again made the executive decision to photograph it and get ...