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... Was pretty good. The service was horrendous but it was a good meal nonetheless! I didn't want pasta and had a burger as I wanted some red meat!! Since it was the last night we went to the Counting House to start the night, which was a bar in an old bank then continued on to an American style bar where we closed it down! Great last night with some wonderful Contiki mates who I'll miss ...
... 8217;s really confusing). They are arguing that they want their own national identity and are frustrated with having to answer to England all the time, that doesn’t always have their best interest at heart. They want to vote for their own government, lower business taxes, reform the tax system altogether as well as the welfare system, and have a sense of independent national pride and identity. They also argue that they will be fine ...
... turned out she was serious! Apparently, there's almost a little American obsession among many people there, as evidenced by a NASA sweatshirt I saw in a Topshop, the sandwich shop we passed (picture to follow) and the amount of dollar-sign themed clothes and jewelry I saw everywhere. For the first time in a long time, I was the one with an accent. (Italy doesn't really count because English is nobody's mother tongue here.) And people really seemed to like it!
... coats, not the ratty-looking lot we have been enjoying on our trips up north.
We enjoyed a lovely two-hour walk around the estate before 11am, when the Burrell Collection opened, enjoying watching the Glaswegians get so much pleasure from the place, which was filled with runners and dog-walkers and horse-riders. (We didn't see the latter, but certainly stepped in the results quite a lot - and just after I had cleaned my boots so well!)
... towards the more retail focused parts of the city, particularly Buchanan Street, including visiting a shop selling Scottish (knitwear) specialities. We then brought some supplies back to the hotel, before heading off again, this time to lower Buchanan Street, where we found the St Enoch shopping centre and then Waterstones (there were not bookshops in the St Enoch centre). An important purchase here was a small road Atlas, so that ...