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Pat's Guide to Glasgow West End

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    Sitting on my favourite seat
  • Birthday 12/20/1946

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  1. UKs first CineRoma Film Festival part of Govanhill International Festival 3-4 August http://www.glasgowwestend.co.uk/cineroma-govanhill-international-festival/
  2. Can't believe the support these people get.
  3. I love Glencoe. It's the most atmospheric place.
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    TransEurope Cafe

    I always like the places where the owner is working away on the premises, Samsc.
  5. The free concerts are fantastic. Especially when the weather is good.
  6. Hi Yonza, Sounds like you've been having the time of your life with all these adventures. I love St Andrews and have been there a good few times. I love the town centre and also the beach but I didn't know there was an aquarium. Good for you making the most of your pass. Next time you go to Mull you should definitely go on to Iona. Well worth a visit. Oban's a great place for catching a boat to the islands. I quite fancy checking out Kerrara, which is just a hop and a jump – you can go on a boat trip to see lots of sea life. I think that day trip to Skye would be a bit beyond my energy levels. If you want to send me any photos you wanted to post email them to me and I'll reduce the size and you can put them up. pat@glasgowwestend.co.uk
  7. Self-proclaimed journalist Robinson's supporters attacking journalists. Irony indeed.
  8. The Times Newspaper that sacked him for lying now supports his bid for PM. What a world.
  9. Ha ha - the power. Could have been a mermaid.
  10. See Hunt and Johnson visiting Scotland and making Independence look ever the more likely. Apparently a few Tories came out to say hello in Perthshire and they're now experts on what Scottish people want.
  11. Lots of events on at the bandstand. This sounds great Songs of Love and Freedom - 12 p.m. - 5 p.m. 12 July Bring the weans and a picnic http://www.glasgowwestend.co.uk/songs-of-love-and-freedom-kelvingrove-bandstand/
  12. Look forward to seeing the finished results. You've put me in the mood to create some more art for the balcony.
  13. Trans Europe Café, 25 Parnie Street, Trongate, Glasgow Love this place. Tony Sinclair’s Trans Europe Café is well worth a visit. Situated in Parnie Street, it fits very well in this intriguing, quirky area – just slightly off the beaten track on the edge of Glasgow’s Merchant City. Read my review: http://www.glasgowwestend.co.uk/transeurope-cafe-glasgow/
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