The Georgian House
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... a loud and boisterous pro-independence rally in Glasgow's George Square, complete with saltires, pipers, loudhailers and the shouting down of a small Better Together group.
Within Helensburgh though a reasonably civilised atmosphere has prevailed, with both 'Yes' and 'No' campaign stalls peacefully sharing the newly reopened town square at the weekend. The lamp posts on the road into town alternate 'Yes' and 'No' signs, or else sport both, giving a somewhat ...
... how each religion deals with these milestones. When the museum closed and I had to leave I travelled back to the McGuires for another treat - a home cooked meal! On my second full day in Glasgow I visited the Kelvin Grove Art Gallery and Museum which houses some very interesting displays, most of which with relevance to Glasgow. Such as the room devoted to the Glasgow Boys (a group of painters from Glasgow) and the displays of design. I enjoyed the natural history ...
... tour and we received a complimentary half pint of anything on tap whilst we waited for the others to arrive (the website said we got a pint and the tour cost £7 but we assumed we pay at the end and got another half pint after). There ended up only being 3 of us in the tour, we were told about the brewery as it has been in the same location since 1556 and survived the lows of the wars. We set off in our hats, glasses and safety vests as we explored the brewery. ...
... before a ten hour flight :( About 2.30 we head back to LAX finally check in and discover we've been allocated two seats together in the middle four. SUCKS. Despite our best pleading and wheedling tho, this can't be changed so we resign ourselves to it. We charge our phones, but a bunch of sweets and treats and water, and nap. Then board at 4.30 for the longest leg of our journey. London, here we ...
... arrive at the William Wallace monument, ensure you are wearing comfortable shoes as it is one heck of a hike! It's a rough terrain, few railings and unpaved pathways. Have a bottle of water handy and take frequent stops. It may not be too bad for the young visitors, but for the older, just take your time getting up there. Once there, it is worth the view and entering inside.
The views of the Scottish countryside were beautiful. There were ...