Amazing UK all alone (1st timer)

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1st Jul 2015
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I had a conference at Glasgow. So that's where my trip began. I started off there visiting all the beautiful places in Glasgow – Kelvingrove museum, Glasgow uni, Sauchiehall Street (most happenin' place in Glasgow). 

Next visit was to Edinburgh City which took me through the M8 which weaves thro fabulous countryside. The Edinburgh Castle was the best place to visit there.

Following trip was to London. The journey was bad. I used Megabusgold (sleeper). Which sucks. Seriously guys. I do not recommend this claustrophobic bus to anyone in their sanest of minds. London's awe inspiring historical structures, museums, Lords stadium, Wimbledon(during the event) were experiences which cannot be forgotten!

 And after all this I got an opportunity to visit a quaint lil' town off Cambridge.u must use the train to get here (the last train is at 2255HRS GMT). It's very quite town, after thr hustle and bustle of being in London for a week. A perfect conclusion to a big 10d trip for me.

Amazing UK. It surely is.

It's a lovely place to begin with. You can be a lone traveller and kp to yourself, yet have complete fun. I fell in love with Scotland (Glasgow, Edinburgh and the beautiful countrysife) and was in awe of the fantastic wonders of London and the quaint little town called St Bury Edmonds (near Cambridge). You would love the friendly ppl in Scotland and would not reverberate the same in London. Be ready for that fellaś.

The defining London skyline. 

Photo of Bury Saint Edmunds, United Kingdom by Bharath Vardhana
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