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... an unprotected spot. Oops! During WWII the an anti aircraft post was set up and the Germans bombed the rock in 1941, which was the first attack by an enemy in over 300 years. This is a fascinating rock to explore. With 542 steps up to the White Tower, it is also a good physical workout. The weather today is overcast and blustery. I guess this should bother me, but I just think it suits the rock well. The views are amazing at the top of the rock. (Check the pictures)
... nice old building that was made especially for the people. Inside are lots of photos and displays showing how the people of Glasgow used to live. It showed there was a lot of poverty, health and alcohol issues.
We then met Grandy's cosins for lunch. Gayle bought her 3 year old daughter, Alice who was very cute. Gayle's brother John was really nice and her mother Sandra seemed nice too. It was fun listening to some of the stories they told. We will be seeing them again tomorrow ...
... in Edinburgh and Glasgow about it. What’s really nice about it, though, is the peaceful way everyone is going about it. If this were happening a few hundred years ago, there would be lots of violence and battles. But the UK is giving Scotland the opportunity to vote, with a few conditions—this is their only chance for the next 100 years or so. If they do gain independence, they will be completely on their own and can’t ...
... over to the west side of Glasgow. We walked down the same shopping street, this time stopping in a few more shops and we ended up buying a few things.. oops. We ended our walk at the University of Glasgow, which is beautiful and resembles Hogwarts almost perfectly! We started heading back to our hostel, stopping every once in a while into a shop, or to take a picture! Our evening was pretty relaxing, and we ...
... it was Cold. COLD I say, FREEZING even. We felt sleet hitting our face! It hurt!
Whitby is so cool though, we saw Captain Cooks old flat, a market place that dates back to the 1600's and then climbed the hill to see the 15th century abbey ruins. So neat to be able to touch something that old.
We got back to the car just as it started teaming with rain again so decided it was time to leave for Glasgow.
It's a long weekend here so we hit a bit of traffic in places ...