We were in Glasgow less than 48 hours but I fell in love with her very quickly. I don’t know if it was just the general vibe where I felt like it was a city I could live in or the fact an ancestor had actually lived there before moving to Australia (with the added bonus that it was an ancestor I was named after). In any case, Glasgow is certainly on the list of places to visit again.
While our visit to Glasgow started with a bang, or more accurately, a fall as I unceremoniously dislocated my knee walking down the stairs of the bus from Cairnryan, I wasn’t letting injury stop me from exploring. Our first stop was of course University of Glasgow. We felt like first year wizards at Hogwarts walking through the grounds and were in awe everywhere we looked.
We then had a stroll through…
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