The Town House
Travel Blogs from Glasgow
... were. We
walked around for a bit before deciding it was necessary to buy a fruit
smoothy. No idea why.But we went we walking pas this guy (before the smoothie)
and he was giving away special beauty offers.I rarely listen to them, but this was actually pretty cool. It was a make-up, hair-style, fashion shoot with props and
... favourite moments in this historic city were the ones that surprised me.
- the grocery stores - since we had a full kitchen at our disposal, we often cooked. The difference between the grocery stores in Scotland and Toronto was quite the culture shock. The booze section a) exists and b) equals the size of the produce section in most Sothebey's. The eggs are so fresh that they're kept on the shelves, and not in refrigerators. Seemingly small differences, but I loved ...
... Maybe it's one of those corporal acts of mercy gone awry or one of the deadly sins striped with better fortune here and there. We don't really know, no more than what those standing stones in the Orkneys are saluting and honoring or marking and holding. It's enough for me to be able to walk the lands and add to the footsteps of these ancestral histories that very well may never be sorted out; I have been blessed to be able to ...
... own style and unique vibe.
NB: there are at least to railway stations here. I almost missed my train, fruitlessly waiting for it on the Queen Str. Station, whereas South-bound trains departure from the Central Station. Luckily, it's in a 5-10 minutes walk distance so I managed to board the ultrafast Pendolino of Virgin trains in time ...
... 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 ...
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