Glasgow Travel Blog› entry 7 of 12 › view all entries
July 11th, 2007 – by: mellemel8
we just hung out in glasgow. walked around. we ate at a italian restaurant for dinner in the city centre. it was pretty good. so many italian restaurants here.
i tried Black pudding as well. Black pudding is a sausage made by cooking blood with a filler until it is thick enough to congeal when cooled. Blood sausage is a more recent North American term for the same as well as a useful term for similar blood-based solid foods around the world.
Pig or cattle blood is most often used; sheep and goat blood are used to a lesser extent. Blood from poultry, horses and other animals are used more rarely. Typical fillers include meat, fat, suet, bread, barley and oatmeal.
we watched "Live Free or Die Hard" at Cineworld Cinemas is a multiplex cinema chain in the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland and Jersey. It is a subsidiary of The Blackstone Group. The first Cineworld opened in Stevenage in July 1996. The chain now operates 72 cinemas in the UK, one in the Republic of Ireland (in Dublin) and one in Jersey (in St. Helier) as a result of its takeover of the UK and Ireland operations of the French cinema company, UGC. It is the second largest cinema operator in the UK with over 800 screens, and the owner of the single largest multiplex by screens in Ireland (though the Vue cinema in Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is larger by customer base). Glasgow Renfrew Street cinema is the tallest in the world.
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