Travel Blogs from Glasgow
... the ceremony, my shoes demonstrating that they were more water repellant than water proof, but it was worth it to see the flag going up and get to wave my bright yellow boxing kangaroo for the tele. Hockey Finals - Day 11 Highlights Part 3 | Glasgow 2014 Hockey Finals - Day 11 Highlights Direct Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4cx1xb ...
... usually worth 300pound.
What was it going for to mark their birthday? 20!!!So I called Katie. If she was in then I would buy them now,
because they last for 6 months.So there you go, we have a professional photoshoot! Coming
soon!Terry and I went to see the bridge, which I must admit would
have looked a darn sight nicer if ...
... 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 ...
... he'd have been happy to go, but a minute OVER an hour made it untenable.
It turned out to be a really interesting part of the day. The route took us through Kelvingrove park, one of Glasgow's famous open spaces, then through an increasingly ropey, VERY Glaswegian neighbourhood, all industrial wasteland and boarded up shops and so on, (and a squirrel in a bit of wasteland! Later, returning from dinner through the suburbs, we saw a fox trotting unconcernedly down ...
... of Glaswegians. The Hop On Hop Off bus seemed the most direct way to get there but unfortunately we didn't give ourselves enough time. We decided to catch the bus regardless and it gave us a good overview of the city which Andy also appreciated. For dinner tonight we decided to walk to Byres Road in West Glasgow. We finally decided to eat at The Grosvenor Cafe which is in an old cinema theatre. Food was excellent. Three of us chose 3 small plates ...
Other places to stay in Glasgow
West End, Glasgow | 2 star hotelfrom $87
East Kilbride Road, Glasgow | Hotelfrom $99
City Centre, Glasgow | 3 star hotelfrom $65
Victoria Park, Glasgow | 3 star hotelfrom $109
Neilston Road, Glasgow | 3 star hotelfrom $116
80 Busby Road, Glasgow | Hotelfrom $180
Shettleston, Glasgow | Hotelfrom $65