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... in months nor taken
off their coats for the season yet filled George Square and Exchange Square to
eat their lunches on the benches. A few were even feeding the pigeons,
something that seems to me like something out of “My Fair Lady” but some people
really do it. Overall I found Glasgow quite nice and particularly like the fact
that it’s not overrun with group tourists the way European cities with more
blockbuster famous attractions all are.
... inexplicable desire to test the stability of your mental state, I recommend that you make your way to a crowded hotel lobby, with 243 upset customers and some discouraged workers, a carry-on bag containing nothing but your toiletries and a laptop that is dead (and the battery cord is conveniently in your bag that was supposed to be carry on luggage but they made you check it in) and no access to free wifi. You just might go insane. I was ready to lose my ...
... endowment so that a "St Mungo's Bell" could be made and tolled throughout the city so that the citizens would pray for his soul. The bell was still ringing out in 1578, as there is an entry in the City Treasurer's accounts two shillings (10p) "for one tong to St Mungowis Bell." A new bell was purchased by the magistrates in 1641 and that bell is on display in the People's Palace museum near Glasgow Green. In 1631, another bell was made, this time for the ...
... took it all in. Four lane highway but the traffic was not conjested and flowed freely. It took about 20 mins to get to my hotel and then I nearly left my passport in the car lol.
I've got a nice room on the 6th floor....pretty standard hotel room that could be anywhere in the world. Turned on the TV (once I asked for a remote from the bellboy) and low and behold, NZ's SPCA pet rescue program was ...
... great to look at and typically full of great history. The University of Glasgow which was established in 1451 and was within walking distance of our hotel most certainly ticked all of the boxes. I would have happily attending University if it meant I could stare at the buildings all day. (This is Su having a quick say...) Glasgow is a fantastic city, there is something to be said for a city that plants both a magnificent university and botanic gardens plum in the centre ...
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