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


    A travel blog entry by a.baker.abroad on May 05, 2015

    ... we managed to check out the botanic gardens, People's Palace and West Brewery before heading back to the hostel to plan/book our rental car in Ireland, transfers to Liverpool airport and some Dublin accommodation. I stayed in the hostel bar to watch the Barcelona vs Bayern Munich champs league game where Messi showed again why he is the greatest ever before having an early night ahead of another packed travel day on ...

    Goodbye Lakes District and Hello Scotland!

    A travel blog entry by jennyandwayne on Apr 20, 2015

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... Parking is terrible and apparently they patrol the streets like vultures so we were relieved that they had a room and a car park. Up the stairs to inspect a room and it looks ok. Not the same standard as we have been getting but there were only 3 in the book to choose from and the only one with parking and we are only staying 1 night.

    Lugged our bags up the million stairs, went to the loo and the toilet doesn't flush! Oh, that's ok, we will get ...

    ...but they shall never take our freedom!!!

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jun 27, 2014


    ... Don who is amusing even when he isn't trying to be because of the Scottish accent and the words that go hand in hand with that. Don does like to have a talk, as a guide should and a solid part of our trip has been learning the history of the places we were visiting. The first stop off was in Dunkeld to see the old chapel there, half of which is in use and half of which is in ruins. This stop was followed by a lunch stop in Avemaria (or something of the sort) and ...

    Day 104: A sense of impending doom

    A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Jan 29, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... passed by numerous lakes which were equally as beautiful combined with the surrounding hills.

    At one point we passed by a town called Dull. A sign indicated that it had a sister city in America called Boring, Oregon. Dull and Boring, get it? Turns out we were actually not supposed to be on this road at all so we had to turn around and go back through Dull to get back on track.

    Between our frequent stops to admire ...

    Aviemore to Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by dejadoo on May 30, 2013

    ... on the English side. To identify themselves as English supporters they wore red scarves and became known derisively as "red necks". Moving right along we motored beside Loch Ness for some 23 miles of narrow, winding cliff road. The Loch is some 800 feet deep so we were quite pleased to reach the end. When not watching the road, all eyes were searching for signs of "Nessie". Maybe next time. The next stage was out across some very bleak moorland with ...