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Posted: 01-Sep-2006, 11:47 AM
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Yup - it's me, the bad penny turning up again after a week of fun and frolics in Glasgow!!! I swear I've gained lbs with all the good eating and living - we didn't eat the same nationality twice - starting off with Scottish (haggis, neeps and tatties) moving on to Indian, then Greek, Chinese and finally Italian.


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Posted: 01-Sep-2006, 12:34 PM
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Welcome back zeryx... glad to hear you had some fun! Which traditonal food did you like the best?

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To be quite honest Rindy I enjoyed every single meal - my favourite? urmmm tricky, the Indian and the Chinese were buffet meals so we ate a bit of everything, the Italian - at Antipasti bolognaise baked in foil was devine, Scottish - I adore haggis to start with so this is always a winner because I don't get it very often (the only one at home who really likes it) and Greek at The Parthenon (3 course meal) selected meals - I'd say if you really forced me to chose I'd be torn between the Italian and the Greek wink.gif
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Posted: 01-Sep-2006, 01:14 PM
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Welcome back, Lynda. BTW, you were the third top poster for the month of August.

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Posted: 01-Sep-2006, 01:35 PM
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Hi - thanks for the lovely welcome home Mark smile.gif Was I really!! wow lol - guess I talk far too much biggrin.gif

Apart from the food and the new people I met via my work I wasn't too impressed with Glasgow though. You need to remember I live in a small town with a population of approx 20,000 people - to me Glasgow was an ugly mass of buildings, concrete, cars, noise and no green anywhere!!! It's OK to visit for a short period but I certainly would never wish to live there or visit daily.

The buildings are a strange mixture between very modern and very old. The "tin foil" building as we nicknamed it was visible from the hotel room (we were on the 8th floor) - what a strange building it is. We particularly loved the Sentinal Building though - it changed colour through a huge range of colours
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You can see it changing colours on this page wink.gif http://www.sentinelglasgow.co.uk/index.php?nav=32

There was another building just by us that was also very colourful with it's blue lights
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There are lots of photos on this site of the new Glasgow landscape http://www.futureglasgow.co.uk/

Then you had rather odd old buildings such as this one http://greekthomsonchurch.com/oldsite/imag.../churchrear.jpg
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Wow, thanks for posting those urls. That Sentinal building is something else... I live in a whopping town of 10,000 I know what you mean by mass......lol I love Italian now I am hungry....

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Posted: 01-Sep-2006, 05:10 PM
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Welcome back Darlin'! I DID miss you, you are one I can count on being there in MY evening and my morning. It must be a time zone thing, that or ONE of us isn't getting enough sleep! wink.gif Good tae have ye back!


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Posted: 01-Sep-2006, 05:22 PM
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biggrin.gif Hi Ed!! Yup you are 8 hours behind me timewise ... though I suspect me being online late at night explains it a wee bit!
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That and my being up at 4:00AM to go to work. But that will change as it gets light later. biggrin.gif


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welcome back you world traveller , even if it was your stamache that did all the world eating!!!!small town, think i got you beat there...5000 in our town!!!i know what you mean about haggis too!!!love the stuff and oat cakes too...everyone else in the family says....well never mind!!!!

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Posted: 03-Sep-2006, 03:46 PM
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biggrin.gif Hi Vik - I noticed you've not been around this weekend - nice to see you smile.gif Yup I do believe you've got me pipped with your small town lol
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Miss the red headed Scottish hottie? Of course I did! By the way, the town I live close to (not in) has 1,000 people.


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Wow that's no more than a hamlet Bill!! wink.gif

(psssst I'm not really a red head, I'm a brunette and any redness in my hair is dye wink.gif )
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