- Apr 21, 2010
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IÂ´m going to Glasgow in a few weeks, what spots would it be a shame to miss?? IÂ´m talking both shopping and sightseeing.
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Chai Ovna tea house and adjoining Voltaire & Rousseau bookshop, in the West End. Lots of interesting vintage stuff at the Barrows Market if you can be bothered to wade through piles of sartorial garbage.
Glasgow, home of the tracksuited, buckfast swilling ned. It tries to be a bohemian, cultured place and I must admit some of it's architecture is stunning, but the city is blighted by it's religious bigotry and it's quasi socialist working class attitude. There are a few nice stores, bars and restaurants, even Apple opened a store there, but the best thing about Glasgow? the trains to Edinburgh.
Yea, Glasgow is definitely not where the culture is. Take that trip to Edinburgh for that sort of thing. Glasgow made me really hate global brands a lot more. Everything from the Gap to Starbucks all over the damn place. Sad times really. If you are into football/soccer it might be worth trying to check out a Rangers game though.