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Happy Easter!! Today was a rest day. A sleep in and a slow drive to Glasgow. Only some random photo stops on the way down. Quiet night in getting ready fir the flight tomorrow.
... to Ian's.
We got to Ian's house in about 5 mins from the station and then it was lots of chatting and checking out wee Cameron (Ian's grandson that he was baby sitting) before Ian had to head off to pick up his granddaughter Hallie. So Cecily and I headed off into Glasgow for a wander about to check out the old town I was pleased that I could get to Sauchiehall street from the train station without referring to a map. We walked ...
... with some local children about our same age. We split the delegates into three groups and rotated them through three activities. They played volleyball, did a cultural activity, and the human demolition and learned about being a DJ. After the activities were done, we made sandwiches and all had lunch together. We then gathered our things and walked to Dunolly Adventure Outdoors ...
... the train into Edinburgh. That turned out to be a great choice, as we really loved what we saw, which was basically the Golden Mile. At the end of the Golden Mile was Edinburgh Castle, which was spectacular, and the Cathedral was amazing. Throughout the area there were many tourist shops selling traditional Scottish ware. Truly a lovely day. We finished up at a local pub close to home, an old church conversion, really lovely.
Time to repack our cases ...
... get some perspective on where we were going, while Marion managed to complete her £100 of book purchases to earn her £10 gift voucher. We noted the fact that it was not as cold as Edinburgh, even if things were hardly tropical!
The streets and buildings of Glasgow are interesting. There are a reasonable number of older buildings, including some interesting nineteenth century designs, but the area also some interesting more ...