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    The Willow Tearoom, 217 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow

    If it is pouring with rain, as is often the case in Scotland, and if you are not lost in the midst of nowhere in a most desolate and remote place of the Scottish countryside with only a thermos of black coffee to cheer you up, it would be unthinkable not to be able to […]

    A Colorful Video Tour of Buchanan Street, Glasgow’s Main Shopping Avenue

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    Escalator leading up to Princes Square Galleries, Buchanan Street

    Hey Mairiuna, before we hop unto Princes Square’s inviting blue escalator leading up to it’s animated galleries, let’s stroll a bit longer on Buchanan street, the most popular and well known shopping street of Glasgow.

    I was so impressed by the urban design that […]

    Buchanan Street : Up and Down one of Glasgow’s most Popular and Coloured Streets

    Glasgow green taxi © 2007 Scotiana

    From our different trips to Glasgow, we came back with a great number of photos and unforgettable memories.

    Evening Scene on Buchanan Street © 2007 Scotiana

    We never stayed long enough, alas, to be able to visit all the treasures hidden in the rich and fascinating Scottish […]

    Glasgow’s St Enoch Centre, Europe’s Largest Glass Building!

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    St Enoch Subway Station, Glasgow Centre © 2007 Scotiana

    Oh yes! Mairiuna, it was quite a fun ride we took aboard Glasgow’s Clockwork Orange subway train. Remember this photograph I took of you both just before we escalated down to the ticket booth?

    St Enoch Subway Entrance, Glasgow © 2007 Scotiana

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    The Clockwork Orange : Embarking at St Enoch Station for a Merry-Go-Round Tour under Glasgow…

    The Clockwork Orange St Enoch Station © 2007 Scotiana

    We like our Underground. From down below it tells you a lot about what is happening up above. South of the Clyde it is largely deserted. Traffic between St Enoch’s and Hillhead is busier with students and shoppers. Some people only like travelling clockwise or […]