Charing Cross House
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... remained in the United Kingdom.
On the right side of the map is Glasgow Cathedral (Cathedral St Mungo is considered the most significant historic building in Glasgow). High Street, one of the oldest street in Glasgow, just below it to the Glasgow Green is where our bus took us. ...
... then) and the ceilings are not high. However, the fireplaces in each room are massive and you can see where they were used to cook as well as heat. The walls have to be about two feet thick and the exposed stone gives it that old look. You can barely hear the traffic outside. All in all just add running water and hydro and I'm good. This is another fascinating piece of history that has been preserved for generations to come and learn about the past. We take the bus back to our ...
... menu in my room are about the same as in Aussie ie 9 GBP for an omelette, steak 21 GBP, a glass of NZ wine 8.70 GBP so when you take into account the exchange rates it is quite expensive. I found some places in the neighbourhood that have lunch for 5 GBP and 2 course dinner for 10 GBP so will check those out at some point.
Walking around the streets is going to be a good way to see the sites I think
... to hear their style of music. As they were packing up, they said ‘B had left his capo and jacket behind’.
I overheard and just went ‘Barney?’
Yes they said.
And the look on their faces was great when I said, ‘Yeah, if I take them, I will give them to him when I see him tomorrow’ Hahahahahaha.
After a wonderful day, I went back to my hostel and crashed out.
But it was a bloody wonderful day!
... castles, but I was pleasantly surprise when I stepped off the bus into a metropolitan area.
That night after Matt picked me up from the bus station, we decided to eat some home-cooked pizza at his flat. He burned it badly, so we went to the chippy, instead! The chippy is a nickname for a chip shop, which is a nickname for "we'll fry anything". Since our home-cooked pizza was a little too-cooked, we decided to order the fried pizza. It was heavenly.