Glasgow Central Apartments
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... train from London to Glasgow, and there was a considerable difference from first class. It was a much louder, more social coach, and we shared it with a couple of different parties - one celebrating someone's 50th birthday, and another birthday of some sort. Champagne was being popped, beers were being drank...it was quite the event at 10:00 in the morning! Our train ride seemed to go by pretty quickly, even though it was about 5 hrs long. We ...
... put this town on your list of places to visit in the UK!
On Saturday we continued exloring The Peak's District stopping at Bakewell for breakfast. We found a great coffee shop - easily the rival for Hetties in Pitlochry. The Lavender Tea House offered the same sponge cakes and scones but the decor was far more interesting. The walls were covered in an eclectic collection of plates, pictures of religious icons, reproductions of famous paintings ...
... needs to go watch it right now. I don't care if you don't watch DW, you don't need to in order to enjoy this.
Did you watch it? Good. Moving on.
Van Gogh is like my sad little puppy dog artist baby. :( After I tore myself away from his paintings we left the museum and wandered around the streets of Glasgow. Found a nice park and saw a bunch of happy doggies (Sherlock I miss you!). We did this walking without umbrellas in the rain. ...
... Scotland. Needless to say drinking is probably the most common activity in Scotland. I remember walking home from playing poker at around 3 or 4 in the morning dodging men, women and teenagers watching them stumbling over curbs and into sign posts.
We were able to make enough from poker to cover our cost of living. We were also offered an inn sitting job for ...
Today I head off on another ambitious trip half way round the world. Three years after "Adam's American Adventure" comes the sequel “Adam’s Australian Adventure”. In planning and preparation since 2010, this trip is another epic journey which will see me visit Perth, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Darwin where I join a 24 day tour from there back ...