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Celtic Park, Paradise, Glasgow, Scotland

Last Updated on 8th January 2019 by Sarah and Justin

Oh Glasgow, thanks for the good food and the good times. We particularly enjoyed…

Climbing the hill in Queens Park for a beautiful view
Queens Park, Glasgow, Scotland

Queens Park, Glasgow, Scotland

Watching Celtic progress the Champions League
Celtic v Astana, Celtic Park, Glasgow

Visiting Kelvingrove Park and Art Gallery and Museum
Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow, Scotland

Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow, Scotland

Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow, Scotland

Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow, Scotland

Rodin, Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow, Scotland Note, here at Kelvingrove you can view a Rodin at the same time as a plane… 

Kelvingrove Museum accessibility Note, we were very impressed by this sign about accessibility right at the front of the museum

Visiting the Riverside Museum of Transport and Travel and  the Tall Ship
Riverside Museum, Glasgow, Scotland

The Tall Ship, Glasgow, Scotland

Visiting George Square and Royal Exchange Square in the city center
St. George's Square, Glasgow, Scotland

Duke of Wellington statue with cones in Glasgow, Scotland Note, these cones are the pinnacle of Glaswegian humour

Visiting The Lighthouse, Scotland’s Centre for Design and Architecture, where we learned about the amazing Charles Rennie Mackintosh, saw the below view, and where Sarah was introduced to the jewelry of Hannah Grace Ryan, who she subsequently met to discuss a ring…
View of Glasgow from The Lighthouse, Scotland

Walking the streets looking for art
Murals, Glasgow, Scotland

Mural, Glasgow, Scotland

Tasting Scotch whisky at The Pot Still (so we tried, but we’re still Irish whiskey and bourbon people)
Scotch whisky, The Pot Still, Glasgow, Scotland

Eating mussels (well, Sarah did)
Scottish mussels, Glasgow

Eating curry
Daal of the day, Ranjit's Kitchen, Glasgow, Scotland