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... change and give him a silver coin, he will keep the whole sum and return you nothing."
Bedlam is now the Imperial War Museum:
Stunning. You will probably walk in through the main doors and smile, amongst others a real Spitfire, Mustang and Sopwith Camel hang from the roof as if in flight. There are fuselages of old warplanes for kids to ...
... has the express trains, the other the slow ones, so luckily we knew to go to the express station!) and just had time for a hamburger and small Glasgow salad, as the only available foodstuff on the concourse, before hopping on our train and trundling home. As we said, if you're going to have fast food anywhere, it had better be in Glasgow for true authenticity. You wouldn't eat Italian in Beijing, or Thai in Paris, so why would you eat healthy food in Glasgow?
... there or read up on it yourself.
Stirling was also the location of William Wallace's great defeat of the English. You can see the enormous tower erected in his honour standing like a fanged-tipped sceptre in the distance on top of an adjacent mountain.
Unable and too lazy to find a camping site, we pulled up on a quiet street and ended another day unwashed, unshaven (in Brendon's case) but with a good Chinese meal keeping us warm and comfortable
... try and get the best weather. Generally we try not to go back to a place we have visited before as there are so many wonderful places in the world to visit, but as we really enjoyed Vietnam in 2007, we have decided to go back and explore the country more.
Part one consists of 20 nights in Vietnam, 3 in Cambodia, 7 in Hong Kong before finishing up in New York for 4 nights. We will then ...
... around Glasgow Green, I went to the above mentioned Nelson Monument. Around this time, I started to smell somthing really bad. Accross the river Clyde, I found out later, is a Scotch (or Whisky) brewery. I can't remember what it was, but you get the point. After a while, the smell was so strong, i was getting a headache. You could deffinatly get drunk off of the smell.
I quickly walked to the front of the People Palace ...