Continuing Our Spotlight On Things To Do In The Places You Can Explore While Pet & Housesitting … This Time We Move North Of The Border In The UK To Scotland Stopping In Glasgow …
Glasgow is an easy city to fall in love with thanks to its welcoming residents, burgeoning museums and attractions – not to mention a thriving music scene!
Purrple Cat Cafe: Looking to get your kitty fix? The Purrple Cat Cafe is a light and spacious cafe that’s home to over 30 rescue cats. Enjoy lunch or a hot drink and relax in the company of Glasgow’s coolest felines.
So, where do you start with Glasgow?? Pollok Park with Pollok House (an 18th century mansion), the Burrell Collection in its newly refurbished home (a huge private collection of art), the park itself with a herd of Highland cattle; House for an Art Lover (designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh) within Bellahouston Park; Botanic Gardens in the West End which is a trendy area with lots of cafes and independent shops; Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum; the Riverside Museum (transport) and the Tall Ship; the Tenement House to see how people used to live; shopping in Buchanan Street; lively restaurant scene in the Merchant City; St. Mungo’s Cathedral and the Necropolis. I’m attaching photos from last week’s visit to House for an Art Lover.
I’d never noticed that it was the Purrple Cat Cafe with double rr!!!