A sunny day in Glasgow

Uphill

Good evening guys! I hope everything is fine with you. We have our friends over so we are out and about all day long visiting and eating. What’s better than that?!

Yesterday we walked almost 8 miles on the beach, it was hot, there was no wind…Pure heaven.

On Monday my boyfriend and I went to Glasgow to meet my friend and her two kids and we spent a nice, sunny day in the city, even if it was a bit windy. We had lunch at the Willow tea room on Buchanan Street, I had an avocado on toast with eggs.

My boyfriend had the afternoon tea
The view from the Willow tree…Lovely isn’t? 😛
My friend had this amazing cheesecake

After lunch we went straight to Lush, but I didn’t buy anything because I’ve still got two bath bombs at home. We then headed to the GoMa, the Glasgow Museum of Modern Art, which we visited quickly because it’s really small.

Buchanan Street
At the entrance of GoMa
GoMa
Glasgow Museum of Modern Art
Andy Warhol

After the museum we went to Uphill with the subway to visit that part of town and Glasgow University, which I find absolutely wonderful. It’s the second time in two weeks that we go for a walk there. It really makes you wanna start a master….. ha! Everytime I’m in those beautiful courtyards I wonder about graduating there… It really looks like Hogwarts, to me. My grandma told me that her brother graduated in Glasgow University and then got married in the chapel! I didn’t know that for twenty-three years, not until now! Can you imagine?

The lovely houses of Uphill
Glasgow university
Glasgow University
Back in the centre, near Central Station
Pure talent

After our visit at the Chapel of the University we took the subway and went back to the centre, where we had a stop in Primark. I bought a knee-long cardigan and two blouses, which I can’t wait to wear, let’s hope that the weather will keep being as sunny and beautiful, yesterday and today really were special. My guests brought me luck!

Have you ever been to Glasgow? What do you think about it? Tell me in the comments if you wish. Personally I prefer Edinburgh because of the architecture, the castle and the streets in general but I’m starting to enjoy this city as well and I hope to live it as much as possible this summer and in the next months. Beer gardens, marathons and festivals, here I come!

Have a great evening, dear readers.

xx,

Camy

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