About Paul P
Lives in Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Since Nov 2009
35-49 year old male
I was born in London and moved to Morocco when I was several months old and spent the first few years of my life there. I have lived in France, Italy and spent a lot of time in Spain laterally Málaga in Andalucía almost a year prior to living in Edinburgh; where I have been living since 2000 and truly believe it's one of the most stunning, amazing cities to live in. I am a passionate traveller. I love exploring all parts of the world and enjoy walking round cities, trekking through mountains and have been to some weird and wonderful corners of the globe! My favourite and most visited destinations are Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, Rome Málaga and Seville.
Architectural Buildings, Educational sites
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Scotland's oldest museum, the Hunterian Museum is comprised of the Hunterian Art Gallery, Mackintosh House, The Zoology Museum, and The Anatomy Museum, all set around the University of Glasgow campus. In these stunning buildings, inside and out, you'll find amazing collections of artefacts from around the world.
Be transported into both the house and life of Scotland's most influential architect, designer, and artist at The Mackintosh House — part of the Hunterian Museum complex — which recreates the inside of the Mackintosh's Glasgow home.
A stunning building filled with a diverse range of things to do and see from Glasgow, Scotland, and all around the world. One of the most visited museums in the UK, outside of London, this really is a must-see on your Glasgow itinerary.
Before of after visiting the Kelvingrove Museum, take a stroll in the surrounding park. A peaceful green oasis in which you can escape the hustle and bustle of the city — you'll find plenty of wildlife, beautiful flowers, a lovely duck pond, and a children's playground.
A refreshing new take on Indian cuisine, Mother India's Cafe serves tapas-sized portions, which allow you to try lots of different dishes. You'll find all your traditional Indian favourites — such as chana aloo, dhaal and chicken tikka — here, alongside more unusual dishes such as spiced haddock and chili fish cakes.
Explore the famous architecture and furniture designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh at the Glasgow School of Art, where you can take a student-led guided tour of his life and work.
From classical to country, you'll find a variety of performances catering to a range of musical styles here at Glasgow's main music venue, which boasts great acoustics and a good view from every seat.
A shoppers' paradise, whatever you're looking for — you'll find it here! Discover a huge selection of designer and high-street names along Glasgow's 'style mile,' which is compared to London's Oxford Street.
After a hard day's shopping, stop in at this great eatery where you can enjoy delicious food, from bistro snacks to the extensive list of age-dried steaks on offer.
Close to George Square, you'll find Merchant City — a vibrant area packed with trendy designer shops, cafes, restaurants, and hotels. Shopaholics should head straight for the Italian Centre, featuring Versace and Emporio Armani.
Discover beautiful architecture, a buzzing cafe culture, and lots of hidden gems in this great area of Glasgow — the West End is the perfect place to lose your map and simply see what you find. Plus, it's the place to be when the sun sets with lots of lively bars to choose from.
This is a beautiful restaurant inside and out with a very special ambience. If you're looking for organic, locally-sourced meat, hand-made desserts, an extensive wine list, and friendly, efficient staff: look no further than The Ubiquitous Chip! All-in-all a top place to eat and well worth every penny.