Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and is a hotbed of music lovers, art enthusiasts, and donut connoisseurs against a backdrop of Victorian architecture. These photos document our quick trip through the Second City of the British Empire.
^^^Urs Fischer at The Modern Institute. The posts and ropes are cast bronze!
^^^The Gallery of Modern Art downtown; a world-class exhibition space and free admission? Yes please!
^^^A cobblestone alley in Hillhead which houses vintage record stores and a Bikram yoga studio.
^^^The SimpliCITY bus system effectively services the whole city and costs $2.34 for a pass, and you get a great view of the landscape from the top level.
^^^Kelvingstone park near the University: a perfect setting for an afternoon picnic.
^^^The Print Gallery downtown specializes in affordable reproduction works.
^^^Vintage shopping galore in east Hillhead!
^^^CCTV monitoring is definitely a thing in Glasgow…these cameras punctuate every landscape.
^^^Perhaps mans greatest food invention: savory pie.
^^^We grabbed a pint at this old Merchant City staple: The Black Bull. The bar was filled with old-timers (so you know its good) and we were the youngest people in the bar by at least 30 years.
^^^When you take the wrong train and find yourself in the middle of nowhere, simply find a nearby park and tire-swing your worries away! Long live love!