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Posted 1:08 am, 09/11/2018
Glasgow has appeared in some of the world's top travel guides as a must visit destination and more and more people are discovering why. It might not jump out at you as a good city break destination but once you discover what Glasgow has to offer you will find out why.
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Today Glasgow is a major shopping destination with the best range of shops and shopping facilities in the UK after London. So if you want to shop until you drop then Glasgow has all shops you could ever need and more. Glasgow has many attractions and fantastic nightlife as well, so no matter what you are looking for you will find it here.
Another great reason to visit Glasgow is to experience on of the many festivals staged in the city throughout the year. From the International Comedy Festival to the River Festival [url= http://www.authenticbrownss....html]Nick Chubb Jersey[/url] , Glasgay, Merchant City Festival, Celtic Connections and the many others. There is always an extra reason to be in Glasgow and great entertainment is only another.
Glasgow is easy to get to and has a very busy airport with arrivals from numerous towns and cities around the UK [url= http://www.authenticbrownss...tml]Austin Corbett Jersey[/url] , Europe and beyond. There are flights available with the low cost airlines offering amazingly cheap flights to and from Glasgow. Travelling by rail takes you into the centre of the city to either of the stations. The coach station is also in the city centre and like the train has regular arrivals from England and the north of Scotland. There are flights daily from all four of the airports in London and most other UK towns and cities as well.
Glasgow has numerous options when it comes to accommodation including hostels, Bed and Breakfast accommodation, two to five star hotels and serviced self catering apartments. As the Commonwealth games approach 2014 more and more accommodation is being built and opened in the city.
Glasgow's weather can be unpredictable however they are used to it and no matter what you want to do you can do almost everything regardless of the weather conditions. Glasgow does experience very hot weather as well so make sure you pack accordingly for the correct time of year.
Glasgow has a wealth of good quality attractions to visit whilst you are here including the fantastic Kelvingrove Art Gallery [url= http://www.authenticbrownss...tml]Denzel Ward Jersey[/url] , which has free entry. There is also the Science Mall, which includes the Science Centre the Glasgow Tower and the Glasgow Imax.
A short drive away from Glasgow is Loch Lomond and the beautiful Highlands can be reached are less than an hours drive from Loch Lomond. Stirling and Edinburgh can easily be reached by car for a day trip.
Glasgow has it all from nightlife to culture and some of the best Indian restaurants in the UK. So visit Glasgow before its no longer one of the best kept city break destinations in Europe. Author's Resource Box
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A day after guiding Palmeiras to their first Brazilian Serie A title since 1994， Cuca confirmed he would leave the Sao Paulo club after their final league match against Vitoria on Sunday.
Cuca， whose birth name is Alexi Stival， coached Shandong Luneng in 2014 and 2015， guiding the Jinan-based club to the Chinese Cup and Chinese Super Cup.
The 53-year-old has repeatedly been linked by Brazil's media with a return to China next year.
"It could happen. I can't lie，" Cuca told reporters. "I still don't have anything confirmed but there is no chance that I will coach another team in Brazil."
In the coming weeks Cuca plans to visit Europe， where he is hopes to learn from some of Europe's best coaches. Among those he admires most are Pep Guardiola (Manchester City)， Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool) and Maurizio Sarri (Napoli).
BEIJING， Dec. 8 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday extended condolences to his Pakistani counterpart， Mamnoon Hussain， over Wednesday's plane crash that killed 48 people.
Xi said in a message that he was shocked to learn the news of the tragedy， in which all the passengers and crew members of a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight， including a Chinese national， were killed.
Xi， on behalf of the Chinese government and people， and in his own name， mourned the dead and sent condolences to the bereaved families.
The Chinese people firmly stand with the Pakistani people at this sad moment， said Xi.
A PIA plane crashed in Pakistan's northwestern Havelian area Wednesday， killing all 48 people aboard.
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