Have you done the Glaswegian experience with our Glasgow Male Escorts? If not our next stop in our “What To Do” collection. We have outlined here some awesome experiences you can do with one of our Glasgow Male Escorts ranging from sampling Buckfast Curry to taking on the ‘Subcrawl’. Here is some tips you can do with them:
The Riverside Museum (formerly known as the Transport Museum), the architect Zaha Hadid’s had his first major public building in UK here, and it sits on the site of a former shipyard which tells of Glasgow’s (and Scotland’s) contributions to travel and transport. There is a 19th century Tall Ship moored alongside the building’s undulating zinc waves which beautifully illustrates the museum’s tracing of past to present.
Glasgow is home to some of UK’s top curry houses. Just pop down to Buccleuch Street to the wee curry shops, or if you’re feeling brave pop to the House of Shah in nearby Hamilton for a Buckfast Korma.
Love to shop? How about nipping down to the city centre for a great Glaswegian retail experience.
Go Asian style in china town on St George’s Road with the most authentic Chinese and Malaysian food in Scotland. Just look at the hand-written menus covering the walls to get you in, you must order the soft shell crab and kangkong sambal to make your experience complete.
Fancy Oysters and champagne at Rogano? The restaurant retains its original 1930s Art Deco interior, or try Glasgow’s oldest surviving restaurant which is homage to the Cunard liner The Queen Mary, kitted out in the same style at the same time the ship was taking shape in a Clyde shipyard in 1935.
Have some tasty snacks and a singalong in Glasgow’s oldest pubs. The “Scotia” in Stockwell Street which dates from 1792, and the “Old College Bar” on the High Street dates back to 1810, but in a building that dates from 1515. Sloan’s on Argyle Street bills itself as the oldest bar and restaurant, which was founded in 1797.
The Green is the city’s oldest park, since the 15th century, and was used for cattle grazing until the 19th century.
Loch Lomond is about a 20 minute drive out of Glasgow, but the scenic is an exhilarating one at that. Try mountain-biking, canoeing or just walking with nature are all on offer at Britain’s biggest stretch of open water.
The third oldest subway in the world after London’s and Budapest’s. Great if you live anywhere outside the West End or a very small pocket of the South Side, perfect for a pub crawl, or Subcrawl. Just buy a Discovery ticket for unlimited travel in one day, get off at every station, then have a drink in the nearest pub, get back on the subway and repeat until you end up back at the first pub you started in. With fifteen stations to get round, your going to have fun!
Cruse up the Firth of Clyde on the world’s last remaining sea-going paddle steamer. This was built in 1946 to replace the original model that was sadly sunk in the evacuation at Dunkirk. The Waverley has been fully restored to its former glory and services run between May and August.
The Duke of Wellington statue, just go in winter, wrap up warm, and have a coffee under the canopy of fairy lights over Royal Exchange Square, the prettiest Christmas decorations in Scotland.
Scotch whiskey and folk music may seem a Scottish cliché, but that doesn’t make them any less appealing. The Ben Nevis and the Park Bar on Argyle Street are particular favourites being among the friendliest in a city full of friendly pubs.
Glasgow has a wealth of history and diversity and our Glasgow Male Escorts are sure to surprise you. You can find out more facts about Glasgow here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glasgow
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