Glasgow was a fun place. We got in late on a Saturday night and went out to find dinner. Everything was full but we finally found a place that had seats for 2 of us at another table already occupied. Then we discovered they served only drinks! We had a great time having drinks with Iain and Margaret who were out on the town for the night. We have met the NICEST people on this trip! The waiter even rounded up some snacks for us.
Sunday was Remembrance Day and we attended a really neat service while trying to find a bus.
After the service we found a nice shopping area instead. While in Glasgow we went to the Cathedral and the Necropolis behind it. Both really neat places. We also went to the Kelvingrove museum where we stumbled upon an organ recital on their pipe organ. We also saw Dali’s Christ on St. John’s Cross. Pretty amazing. We found lots of great places to eat and drink and tried some Highland whiskey as well.
Bath is an easy place to visit. Everything is in walking distance (unless you are dragging a suitcase). The Roman Baths were really amazing considering they are almost 2000 years old. I loved the visit.
The Jane Austen Centre is a great place to visit as well. We also saw the Crescent which is stunning,
Visiting the Abbey was a bit of a let down since it was under construction, as was almost every old church we saw. Lots to work on with these old buildings to preserve and revive.
Shopping and eating in the City Centre was great.And this completes our trip. We are back to London tomorrow and onto the ship in a couple of days. I’ll be back on in January as we circumnavigate South America.