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There is a huge scene here, with dozens of events every week ranging from Celtic music to rock concerts to opera. Pipeworks Metropole Lane modern, clean, open overnights on Saturdays, man spa pool, man sauna, sling room, TV and internet.
It's one of Scotland's treasures and houses a staggering collection of post-war stained glass. Prestwick AirportYour comprehensive Gay Glasgow Scotland guide Get to know all service by Ryanair, 30 miles southwest of Glasgow, has good connections with trains from the airport to Glasgow Central Station or to Edinburgh, among other destinations.
The past thirty years have seen Glasgow, much like Cardiff, shaking off the soot with a stunning revitalization of its historical beauty and dynamic art and music scene.
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Taking the chair lift at Glencoe highlands was fun. Hotels were very nice. I loved Inverness, but I have to say our views of the bay in Oban took our breath away. I was concerned about 28 people, with people having to double up on the bus, but everyone was open and welcoming.
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