After a great day in Edinburgh it was time to see more of Glasgow since I had only spent an evening there. First up was a visit to the University of Glasgow and as expected it was magnificent. Just walking around on campus was like being on another planet. Peaceful and inspiring.
After an amazing walk at the University of Glasgow, a subway ride in what I now call the Hobbit subway because the subway cars are tiny and cute and a trip back to the Viking days it was time to go and explore more of the amazing history this city has. Namely Glasgow Cathedral and Glasgow Necropolis.
I never liked history in school but now when I travel I love it. I think it’s because I have a different appreciation for it because I get to experience it among so many different cultures. Or maybe it’s because this is how a true history lesson should be, out in the field. After a fun day of history it was time to wrap up my time in Glasgow. But not until we found one more cobblestone lined little street. I couldn’t think of a better way to end my short trip to Scotland.
Next time I’m checking out the Highlands and northern part of Scotland but that’s for another trip. I still had some more exploring to do in Sweden.