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... commotion and bustle that it almost seems like another world. Dad, still on the job, was really impressed by all the ironwork (and, actually, all the cranes that he could spot all over the city).
Since we are new to the Scottish rail system, we had some trouble finding our train. We thought we finally had it figured out. We boarded the train, but apparently we were in someone's seats. Atop the seats ...
... early on the airport! This did however mean I had to wait for 20 minutes, being all excited to see my Dutchies! And then I finally saw them walking through the door at the International arrivals! It was just so good to finally see them and to be able to show them around in 'my' city! Proud!
At one point we took the bus to go into the centre, and we sat on the top part (it was a double decker). One of the passengers asked another passenger whether it would ...
... but nearer to our hotel in the older part of town were lovely old buildings. It didn't seem to have a soul though. Where the mighty ships were built on the Clyde are now apartments. We went out to a Restaurant called 29 for dinner. The food was excellent. For starters I had the 29 Salad & whole grain mustard sauce which was delicious. I miss my salads. Garry had potato & leek soup. Mains was chicken on mash & Jus (flash roast chook) and dessert was ...
... I guess I have only been gone for a year... Glasgow though is much different form St Andrews. When it comes to picking a pub or a place for food there is a multitude of choices. And I don't know anywhere. But they know a few.
The pub next to the botanical garden is a rehabilitated church. Inside Oran Morr, it looks a bit like inside The Central, probably only because of the square bar in the middle. I went to ...
... 1615. This is truly one of the most significant sites associated with Glasgow, and we skipped it altogether.
We traveled up St. Vincent Place until we reached Holland Street where we headed north, catching Sauchiehall Street. From there we went west through the beautiful area of Kelvingrove Park. We stopped briefly for pictures at Glasgow University. This school was founded in 1451 and is one of the more prestigious universities in the world.
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