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Private Walking Tour of Glasgow, Scotland

Friday, September 11, 2009

Today, I met a small group of visitors from England. We commenced our tour at Bath Street, moving on as follows:
  • Mackintosh's Glasgow School of Art at Dalhousie Street.
  • Mackintosh's Willow Tea Rooms at Sauchiehall Street.
  • Glasgow Cathedral (private tour with local guide).
  • Glasgow Necropolis-burial place of the 'great and good' of Victorian Glasgow.
  • Glasgow City Chambers, including interior at ground level.
  • George Square.
  • Tobacco Merchant's House in Miller Street,
  • Stroll along the River Clyde including Squiggly Bridge, Squinty Bridge and views of Science Centre.
  • Pot Still whisky bar in Hope Street.
  • Greek Thomson's St. Vincent Street Church-see image immediately below.

Squiggly Bridge
Tour took about four hours. We availed of a refreshment stop on a floating restaurant on the Clyde, which was great in the (unusual) sunshine.


posted by Catswhiskers @ 12:19 PM 


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