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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    Travel Blogs from Glasgow

    In the Misty Mountains

    A travel blog entry by nathan.guyer on Mar 30, 2015

    7 photos

    ... contributions from members from around the world. Hearing the stories of these explorers saving money for a scone and a bus ticket to go climb the same mountains we are today but with half the gear and technology, is humbling on one end, but also very inspiring.

    As gnarly as the stories of the day may get, they all usually end with a happy group of explorers sharing their days accomplishments around a wood stove, huddling with their tea and biscuits.
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    GLASGOW CATHEDRAL

    A travel blog entry by piperwg on Oct 30, 2014

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    ... Cleaning is not possible as it damages the soft sandstone. Forward of the Nave is the Choir where services are held these days. Pic 5. The organ wasn't added until the C19 and can be seen high up on both sides in Pic 4. Pic 6 is a lovely colourful alter in the Crypt. Pic 7 is the beautiful eagle in the lectern. The Chapter house was added by king James 1 in the early C15. His coat of arms can be ...

    Gold, Gold, Gold for Australia!

    A travel blog entry by lynnyslonglaugh on Aug 03, 2014

    6 photos

    ... ve been if one of the players or someone in the front row had been hit. Quote from the BBC Commentator "woah, and it's bouncing into the crowd, that could be nasty if that ball's hard. Thankfully no damage done, someone's trousered that particular hockey ball". I held the ball aloft as a trophy, which turned out to be a mistake as one of the volunteers chose this moment to "do his job" and came and took it back off me. I thought that was a ...

    Glasgow with Distinctive Voyages

    A travel blog entry by prinret on May 19, 2014

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    Just before leaving home, Joan and I received an e-mail from our travel agent, John Roberts from San Diego, informing us he was signing us up with Distinctive Voyages as a thank-you for our continuing business with Galaxsea Cruises. This gave us access to an on-board concierge, an invitation to a couple of cocktail parties as well as a complimentary tour in Glasgow. This was a lovely perk.

    We met several other people who were part of this special ...

    From Isle of Skye to Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by jimcolsimpson on May 19, 2012

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    ... in a cave to avoid detection from the English, and we went to Glencoe to visit the site of the massacre of the Campbell's who were decimated by the MacDonalds. Where the Campbell's are buried is on an island called the island of the weeping. We even had MacDonalds and Campbell's on the bus with us. Tomorrow we head across the Irish sea for Ireland where else would we end ...