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The plan for the day was for us to go for a stroll and check out the Glasgow Necropolis, and once we were done there, we wanted to stop for a cup of coffee and some light refreshments. We had a few questions about where we should go, but after we had walked around for a while, we decided to stop at Tinderbox Cafe, which had a pleasant ambiance and prompt service.

Tinderbox is a contemporary coffee shop serving coffee and baked goods, with large windows and a mezzanine. He had a chicken and egg sandwich. The chicken sandwich is more tasty than the egg sandwich. We also had hot chocolate and coffee. This place is a bit pricey, in my opinion, because everything we got was £18. 


Coffee

Wongs: Chinese Takeaway Foodcourt

I thought I'd recommend one more of my favourite eating places in Glasgow to you. I have eaten here more than five times, and the food is satisfactory and tasty, and you can select from a variety of combination meals depending on your preferences. Freshly prepared Chinese food with generous portions and reasonable prices!

 After church yesterday, which was Easter Sunday, we went to the St. Enoch shopping mall in Glasgow and ate at Wongs, which can be found alongside a number of other quick-service food courts within the St. Enoch shopping centre, which is situated in the centre of the city. There is a place to sit down and comfortably eat.

Address
Foodcourt Saint, St. Enoch Shopping Centre, 55 St Enoch Sq, Glasgow G1 4BW

This is wongs menu

St Enoch shopping center  

Here is what we had

When I visit a place, I want to highlight what I appreciate about it. I appreciate Pollock Country Park's peace and cleanliness. I particularly enjoyed the coffee shop in the rear of the Pollok House, which offers delicious pastries and prompt service. If you wish to take a stroll with friends or family, this is the ideal location. The sounds of sitting on a cut tree and simply gazing at the waterfall cannot be described. If you are planning a trip to Glasgow, Scotland, I strongly advise you to visit this park. It is a large park, so be prepared to visit different facilities as Pollok Park offers more than just a place to stroll. Continue reading to learn more.


Pollok Country Park 


The park is both Glasgow's biggest park and the city's only country park. Its expansive gardens and woodlands offer a tranquil haven for both guests and wildlife.

The park has a lot of rural history because it used to be part of the Old Pollok Estate and the Maxwell family's old home. Moreover, the park is the location of the renowned Burrell Collection.

In 2016, Pollok Country Park was successful in earning a Green Flag Award. Since 2012, this has been maintained each year. The gold standard for high-quality parks and green spaces in the country is the Green Flag Award.

Car Access, Parking and Electric Vehicle Charging.

The park is open at all times; however, particular facilities inside the park have different hours of operation.

Pollok Country Park is located on the south side of Glasgow.

Address: 2060 Pollokshaws Rd, Bellahouston, Glasgow G43 1AT

Things to do at the pollok country park

1. VISIT THE POLLOK HOUSE

PAY BEFORE YOU ENTER: PLEASE CHECK THE WEBSITE.

  • Discover one of the Trust's most impressive properties, then take a stroll in the beautiful Pollok Country Park that surrounds it.
  • Be astounded at the enormous living quarters for the staff.
  • Explore a great collection of art from Spain, with works by Raeburn, Guthrie, and other well-known artists.
  • In the Edwardian Kitchen cafĂ©, you may enjoy some mouthwatering home baking as well as other delectable treats.

Pollok House was the start of it all in 1931. The National Trust for Scotland was formed during conversations in Pollok's cedar-panelled smoking room. The mansion is now, without a doubt, one of the most magnificent in our care.

This exquisite stately property is located on the outskirts of Glasgow, amid the lovely Pollok Country Park. The Maxwell family lived on the site for six centuries, but the major part of the current mansion was erected in the mid-18th century—an example of Georgian magnificence worthy of a Jane Austen novel.

The home was expanded in the early twentieth century, but the 18th-century features were kept in tact.

Pollok's crowning achievement is its art collection. Portraits of Spain's Habsburg kings hang alongside dramatic religious images in Sir William Stirling Maxwell's collection of Spanish art. The size of the tiled walkway downstairs reveals the magnitude of the labour required to manage this wonderful mansion. Info source.

Note: Always check the opening time before going or call 0141 616 6410.

2. Sit and relax by the beautiful waterfall surrounded by tall trees at the Pollok Country Park.

3. Enjoy a cup of coffee at the park cafe

4. Feed the highland cows

5. Picnic

6. Go for a walk and enjoy the green, natural vegetation.


Edinburgh is a city of subtle but profound enchantment. Just a single afternoon spent exploring its steep hills, historic architecture, and vibrant restaurants, cafes, and shops will provide you with a treasure trove of fond memories to look back on.

Whether you are visiting the capital on holiday or moving here to work or study, you will probably be keen to make the most of your time in the city and experience its most unique and unforgettable attractions. Here’s a helpful list of some of the best to get you started!

Watch The Sunset from Arthur’s Seat

If you have always wanted to climb up an extinct volcano – Edinburgh gives you the opportunity to do just that. Arthur’s seat rises 251m above sea level, surrounded by the lush lawns of Holyrood Park. It’s a relatively easy climb – or cycle if you have a bike available – and the views from the top are undeniably breath-taking.

Who knows – if you relocate to Edinburgh, this majestic spot could soon become a regular favourite. In the meantime, don’t hesitate to find out more about relocating to the city, including the question of removals in Edinburgh, to make the transition as smooth as possible.


Explore The Royal Botanic Garden

Nestled on the outskirts of the New Town, The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is the perfect place to spend a sunny day, wandering through its lush glades and admiring its exotic horticultural delights, which hail from around the world.

It’s also an ideal spot to sit down with a cup of tea or coffee and enjoy picturesque views of
Edinburgh itself while the wind sighs gently in the boughs overhead and you plan the next stop on your itinerary.


Because of the war, I left Ukraine for the United Kingdom, leaving behind long-time friends, which has made me feel lonely in the UK. I still communicate with them, but because of the way we all fled and had to cross different borders, we haven't had time to plan a reunion because the conflict is still going on and people have yet to begin to recuperate from the impacts of the war.

So, two days ago, I saw a friend's status on Instagram, and her location showed that she was Edinburgh. I was super excited even though she wasn't exactly in the same city as me, but it was a city that is an hour away from Glasgow. I sent her a message immediately and she confirmed that she only stayed at Edinburgh with her mother and child, but she was actually staying in Glasglow at Braehead, and she was close to the Braehead shopping centre.


We immediately made a plan to meet up, and we did. I was so happy because this was the first time, I had met a friend from Ukraine since the war. We walked around the city, talked a lot, and took lots of photos.

Honestly, I am happy to have her here in Glasgow city. I felt alone for a while due to the fast transition, but I am getting used to the city and I am happily working, blogging, and publishing.

Anyway, guys, meet Vika, a long-time friend from Ukraine. 

Prince square Glasgow.
Prince square Glasgow.


I love to eat because the food is good. After a long day, I don't see anything wrong with winding down at a restaurant, whether it's for a meal or just to relax and people watch.
 
Let's get to the point quickly. What do I think of Glasgow's Bufalo Grill restaurant? This restaurant serves the tastiest steak in Glasgow. The steak is delicious, and I believe that everyone should try it. The steak is the best I've ever tasted in my adult life. I'm not making this up. Every word I write is true. I also had veggie rice, which I didn't like, but the steak was a 5/5.

The interior decor of this restaurant is just ok, not so much. If you like restaurants with luxury interiors, then this place is not for you. This place is for people who want to eat a good steak and be happy after a good meal. It's not a very big restaurant though, but it can accommodate quite a number of people.

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Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · No-contact delivery
Address: 515 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow G3 7PQ
Open ⋅ Closes 11PM
Confirmed by phone call 9 weeks ago

Namaste by Delhi Darbar

In my spare time, I enjoy going out to various restaurants, and that is one activity I look forward to during the week. So my partner and I decided to go to the Namaste by Delhi Darbar restaurant, which is located at

St. Enoch Centre is where you'll find it.

55 St Enoch Square, Glasgow, G1 4BW

Hours: Open until 10 p.m.

Phone: 0141 732 8963


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