Advantages A day out
Disadvantages None that I can think of.
Glasgow Ciao Meet Saturday 19th of August 2006°ºº°"˜¨¨˜"°ºº°"˜¨¨˜"°ºº°"˜¨¨¨˜"°ºº°"˜¨¨¨˜"°ºº°"˜¨¨˜"°º°º
You may have noticed that it isn't a "proposed" Ciao meet this is because there are at least four of us that are definitely going, namely myself, Paul99ine, Missy0303 and Mayclair (Gina).I know that quite a few people on Ciao have talked about proposing a Scottish meet, I'm not sure who they all are but I've heard that Belfin, Mayclair and a few others had mentioned proposing a meet.
I do hope lots of you will come to Glasgow, but even if it is only a few it will be great to meet you.You can bring whomever you like with you, a partner, Children, Friend, Spouse, Lover, Dollies and Teddy bears.
Meeting Point. Time 11am
Glasgow Central Station.
The reason for this is that as the northern terminus of the West Coast Main Line and also many of the trains from Edinburgh, Central Station is where many visitors to Glasgow will arrive.I took this information from their web site but Paul99ine knows more about Glasgow than I do and she says that very few Edinburgh trains go into Central Station, they nearly all terminate at Queen Street, but it's only a ten minute walk and there is a shuttle bus.
The station is very central and is the larger of the two mainline railway terminals in Glasgow; the other is Queen Street, north of Central Station. There is shuttle bus between the two for rail passengers.
The Glasgow Airport Bus stops just north of the station in Hope Street that runs down the west side of Central Station.
St Enoch's shopping centre is about 5 minutes walk away.
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