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Milngavie, Glasgow G62 6PB, UK
Challenge yourself over 12 days and 95 miles, crossing the woodlands, moorlands, and mountains of Western Scotland. The long days on foot are rewarded with a good night’s rest at local inns. From $2,095. This appeared in the March/April 2014...
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Heading to Glasgow’s Necropolis at sundown in winter is not for the faint of heart. Cross the bridge by the cathedral and enter the cemetery known as the ‘City of the Dead.’ Established in 1831, back when the city was one of the...
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1058 Argyle St, Glasgow G3 8LY, UK
If your taste is a bit quirky and leans towards arts and crafts, make time to visit this shop on Argyle Street, which lures locals and tourists alike to its stores, restaurants and bars. The Shop of Interest represents a roster of jewelers,...
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272A St Vincent St, Glasgow G2 5RL, UK
Although most famous as the place where Creation Records boss Alan McGee first spotted Oasis, this venue has long been a hothouse for new and emerging acts. Tucked away underneath one of the city's most commercial streets, it remains a haven for...
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449 Great Western Rd, Glasgow G12 8HH, UK
The global craft beer boom has hit Glasgow and this interestingly-named outlet is the best place to pick up a delicious bottle. Local brews from Drygate Brewery are prominent among the selection, but there are ales, IPAs and other micro-brewed...
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Buchanan galleries, 220 Buchanan St, Glasgow G1 2FF, UK
An important element of Merchant City's transformation into one of Glasgow's most important tourist areas is high-end shopping. The streets and lanes close to the River Clyde are packed with studios, workshops and galleries, but closer to Ingram...
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71 Elmbank St, Glasgow G2 4PQ, UK
"Just off Sauchiehall Street you’ll find Kings Café. Nobody wants mozzarella cheese on their pizza in Scotland; they want orange Scottish cheese. And this is the place to get it." - Stewart Laing This appeared in the January/February 2014. Read...