What better way to start a day-trip to Glasgow than a pint at Crosslands, the pub made famous by the film Trainspotting.
A converted church, the interior was extremely cool.
That old dude came by and tried to teach us some Scottish dialect.
On our way out, we asked a polite young man dressed in a track suit for directions to Byers Road. He actually had a Glasgow smile, which freaked us out. We thought those were urban myths.