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Travel Blogs from Glasgow
... Cheering and chanting, Sings songs with the fans And when we got hungry For food Benny went A whole hour and a half In line had he spent The players were quick, The refs made their call We smashed poor Barbados Not surprising at all But the favourite of teams This year, to take part Was Uganda's first team They sure won every heart The atmosphere buzzed No moment went flat The Commonwealth Games We've been there, done ...
... America, and Asia and Russia.Well I don’t blame the last one, that just happens in
Hostels.Then Terry came back, and as I promised her before, I showed
her Couchsurfing. (And from the feedback I got from her today, I have saved her
hundreds and made her a very happy girl! Go me!)After that, I went to sleep. As most do at 11pm. Lisa xo
... we walked through the busy city and stopped in some shops, visited The Modern Art Museum, grabbed some delicious food and coffee, and took lots of pictures, especially of the awesome grffiti/wall art. I grew to love Glasgow that day, and couldn't get over how beautiful it was!
What Matt failed to tell me before I got there was that Glasgow was still going through winter weather. I stepped outside in my toms with my jeans rolled up, a light jacket, and I ...
... sorted out the stability problem, but will be a pain when the display has to be dismantled in two months.
Just before the Centre opened to the public, we stopped for breakfast, and trooped down to the café. There were sandwiches and a notice suggested that we could ask the chefs to prepare some delicious hot food. There had been talk of bacon rolls, but these were not available, instead we were offered square sausage rolls. These consist of a rectangular slab of sausage meat on ...
... culture... or even the correct laws. Billy distinctly remembers an incident where he stopped at a traffic light and then proceeded to turn left on red. The driver behind him honked angrily, but we still weren't sure whether that was actually illegal or not. Oh well! Somehow we made it out of town to an expressway of sorts (M9) and were headed toward Stirling for our first stop.
Before making it to Stirling, we took ...