wanderlust: Scotland edition

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The Wellington Statue, located outside the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow. Capping the statue with a traffic cone has become a traditional practice in the city, claimed to represent the humor of the local population and believed to date back to the first half of the 1980s if not before.
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View of Glasgow from the Glasgow Tower.
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Edingburgh
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The Clyde Arc, a road bridge spanning the River Clyde in Glasgow, is commonly known to locals as the “squinty bridge.”
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Making my way to the Royal Mile, Edinburgh.

 

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Afternoon tea at the Willow Tea Room.
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Relaxing after a yummy Indian meal and a full day of traveling.
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An essential fish-and-chips stop along the Royal Mile.
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The Scott Monument — a Victorian Gothic monument to Scottish author Sir Walter Scott.

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