Videos tagged with "places"
WCBS NY: Great Places to Go For 2012 [03:55]
Arabella Bowen, Fodor's Executive Editorial Director, stops by WCBS NY to talk about great places to go in 2012 that won't break your budget.
Scenes from the West Coast of Scotland [22:46]
On a three day trip around Scotland, covering 655 miles from Aberdeen, we encountered some of the most impressive scenery in the UK. The following places are...
Highlander Summer Tour [01:45]
6 days to explore and photograph some the Northern Highlands finest locations with Lightstalkers Scotland. From Assynt in the far north west to the beaches of the Moray coast in the east. Photograph Loch Ness before finally moving onto the majestic Isle of Skye. Book your place on this popular photo tour now, places limited.
Edinburgh and Glasgow in Scotland. [08:14]
Photos of me during my vacations in Scotland. I have to say that Edinburgh is one of the most beautiful and interesting places I have ever been. I have been to Scotland... And you... where have you been?
GLASGOW CITY [18:28]
GLASGOW CITY The city that I was born and raised in, Glasgow City is Scotland's largest city and the third largest city in Great Britain. Glasgow city has the best shopping outside of London and is the financial business centre of the UK outside of London. The home to many of the greatest inventors of the Modern World, a very proud bustling city with much student life, shops, pubs, bars and clubs. The city has much style and beautiful architecture and is something I tend to overlook, but one thing I find whenever I hear a foreigner speak of the city is their love for the architecture around them. To me, it's something I am used to seeing, so I can't say I see much of it. In this video I show much of Glasgow at night and day, from the GOMA museum to Princes Square, Buchanan Street, Argyll Arcade, Trongate, and more. Perhaps this video will give you a taste of Glasgow, which is something I wanted to put together to show you the city I was born in. And if you have any questions, feel free to ask and I would be happy to answer as best I can. Glasgow City has 4 Universities, and many Colleges. And the great thing about Glasgow city is the fact that it's a centre point in Scotland, with easy access to much of the places surrounding, with beautiful scenery from the likes of Loch Lomond, Stirling is not that far, or Edinburgh which is just an hour away from Glasgow on the train. It's definitely a city worth visiting.