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Glasgow City Guide

Sauchiehall Street

Glascow in a word: Adequate.
C.O.H: 3.5 / 5
Q.O.G: 3 / 5
S.T.L: 4 / 5
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Costs €$£

Beer: Around €3 a pint.
Bed: €20 for a private room.
Bud: 1/8 for €20
Board: €7 for the biggest, baddest burger in town (@ O’Neills pub).
Budget other: The odd taxi.
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Overview

Glasgow is adequate for a good weekend. As the third biggest city in the U.K, it is delightfully multi-cultural and the nightlife here is probably the best is Scotland. I’ve been here in the summer and the winter; I might as well have visited two different countries. Go in Summer.

Miss Glasgow: Lois Anna

The Girls

Glaswegians are a mixed bag, but there are of plenty options on the menu –  cute scotish blondes with euphonious accents, sexy eastern european immgrants or the much coveted asian imports. As a whole, the city hosts a liberal breed. One must remember this is Western Europe so standard rules apply; guys who use game will yeild results. Frankly, the competition is poor and if you do a little peakcocking even drunk game will work here. If you’re looking for something a bit more challenging and potontenially more rewarding, go to parks on summer weekends. They are  packed with arabs and hot forgeiners ripe for day game.

Nightlife Recommendations

The main artery of Glascows nightlife is along Sauchiehall Street.

Entrance to Garage

Garage

This place is excellent. Garage is huge nightclub with serveral bars and areas for socialising. It has bands, great DJ’s and the women abundant; quite popular with students.

Capitol Bar

Cool alternative bar good for picking up, with live music and a decent quantity foxy & approachable girls.

Getting High (courtesy of webehigh.com)

Legislation: drug use is not an offense in the United Kingdom, but possession and purchasing are illegal.

Law Enforcement:
They mostly ignore the smoking going on blatantly around them unless there’s kids nearby or someone has complained. In practice, the courts usually impose a fine in cases involving cannabis products.

Where to Buy Marijuana in Glasgow:Latest reports say “You can Marijuana in Kelvingrove park, many people smoke it there. Just ask for it, they wont bite you. If not, in Townhead near Buchana Bus Station, ask some neds, they’ll help you out. Please play it cool with them. Also in the Barras, the place is full of it….just ask around. You will probably smell it too. Good luck!”

You may ask around at of the city’s vivid nightclubs or nightly cafes.
even on the street ask most people and they will sort you out or know some one who can. Via good friends don’t buy from dealers in street as they are often very dangerous in Glasgow.

Glasgow Marijuana prices: £60 ounce
if not u can get it for £20 or £40 depending on the dealer
1/8 mid/high £25

My Glasgow Experience

I’ve been here twice. Due to the city’s multicultural credentials, I felt in my element on my last weekend visit.  Each night I was utterly shit-faced on account of my long awaited emancipation from university but nonetheless, I k-close 2 girls and come just short of a full close with a third – blasted dorm rooms! Cheap beds really come at a price. This is a good place to hang out for awhile and clock up some flags.

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7 Responses to Glasgow City Guide

  1. Danny June 10, 2010 at 9:12 am #

    Hey Mark Standard Price for 1/8 of bud all over Scotland is €20

  2. Traveler July 2, 2010 at 12:09 pm #

    Great city guide! It is very useful for trip planning!

  3. Fred West May 23, 2012 at 10:51 pm #

    Tremendous website.much thanks for a second time. want more.

  4. Gary April 18, 2013 at 8:03 pm #

    Stopping at thistle gagging for a smoke ! Will pay a tenner for a couple of jays !! Call me

  5. loveline November 4, 2015 at 11:30 am #

    hook up for some good time and stay safe via email [email protected]

  6. Mr. L July 20, 2016 at 3:25 pm #

    Hi Mark,

    first of all I want to thank you for all the city guides you have written for us, I really enjoy them.
    I want to go to Dublin next year and I was wondering why you don’t have a city guide of dublin, since you are an Irish guy.

    • Mark Zolo July 21, 2016 at 9:34 pm #

      I honestly have no idea.

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