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Birds Eye View of Central Glasgow, Scotland

Friday, January 22, 2010


Today, I am posting an interesting video showing the central Glasgow skyline. Before addressing that I was kept busy:

  • Glasgow Weather: Mild, overcast but dry. Not bad for time of year.
  • Family History: Posted information on Aitken ancestry to my separate Glasgow Ancestry blog.
  • Scotland Tours: (1) Finalised a quote and itinerary for a small group tour for Spanish speakers. (2) Responded to enquiry from Scandinavia for a Scotland Whisky Tour to include Cambeltown and Islay. (3) Various other admin actions on other work in progress re tours.
  • Received enquiry in from an internship placing from Europe.Looks interesting.
The video clip below (and image above) show interesting views of Glasgow city centre taken from atop the Lighthouse, a Charles Rennie Mackintosh designed building which was originally used by a newspaper company (the Glasgow Herald) but is now a centre for architecture and design. To get the views I had to climb 126 steps of the helical staircase, useful exercise which burned up a few calories! For the less energetic there is a lift to a different viewing platform which is closed in by glass.


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