1883 Guest House

Address: 58 Glenapp St, Glasgow, Scotland, G41 2LG, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Pollokshields East area of Glasgow, is near Pollok Country Park, Waverley, Museum of Education, and Grand Ole Opry.
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      A travel blog entry by dpmoore2927 on Nov 13, 2014

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      ... of the very difficult songs of "Come on you boys in Green", "Ireland", and "Aiden McGeady" (one Scot slagged Chris, saying "for a country of poets, you sure have **** chants".) I also learned "Fields of Athenry" (which actually has more than six words) which was a great experience. Though I'm not an Irish citizen, I was certainly Irish for that game.

      After a disappointing 1-0 loss, the fans continued to sing, stuck in the ...


      A travel blog entry by iancowden on Aug 14, 2014

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      ... 5 parking spaces and they were all taken. so I parked on the street. As we had to move the car by 8am it made for an early start each morning. We had today for a drive through the Scottish lowlands and despite the weather being a bit hit and miss, it was a beautiful drive through the fern and heather covered hills. We drove to Loch Katrine and had morning tea at a lovely old stone building overlooking the jetty where a steam boat was about to sail up to the ...

      Glasgow & Edinburgh, Scotland!

      A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Jul 08, 2014


      ... and nationalism. You can be patriotic without the need for an independent nation.

      Back on the ship, I was finishing up dinner as the ship was about to pull out of the port when a bagpipe & drum band in plaid kilts started playing and marched up and down. Their mascot was a guy in a giant inflatable costume of a red haired character wearing a kilt. He did this funny little jig to the music and would freeze whenever the music stopped ...

      Greetings from Glasgow!

      A travel blog entry by melissaclark on Apr 10, 2014

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      ... a nice supper and played cards! Today we are saying goodbye to Scotland and hello to England! We are heading to Bath today! Which is meant to be a quaint and adorable little place! Later in the week we will be going to Brighton and then making a backtrack to Wales where we will be staying with Jordyn's step family for Easter! Hoping you are having a wonderful day wherever you may be, and I will talk to you all ...

      From Motherwell to Lanark and back

      A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 20, 2012

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... the second hand shop and the dry cleaners. I suppose a set of clean clothes might be quite desirable. (My hosts said the grills are a Scottish thing and often required by insurance - but some don’t have them and I haven’t seen them to the same extent in other places. It reminds me a little of Mangere, without the graffiti.) I found no appealing eating places - chips with almost everything, or a curry perhaps, and pubs that you wouldn’t enter for a meal. ...