1883 Guest House

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

    Gold, Gold, Gold for Australia!

    A travel blog entry by lynnyslonglaugh on Aug 03, 2014

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    I was so lucky to see the Aussies in not one final but two. This match definitely deserved a bigger crowd than the one that turned up. The miserable weather of the previous day kept people away. The rain eased before the game, and the sun appeared before the first whistle, but the showers came back later and by late in the second half it was pouring down again. Again I sat next to some very friendly Glaswegians who became honorary Aussies for ...

    Glasgow with Distinctive Voyages

    A travel blog entry by prinret on May 19, 2014

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    ... moon", meaning a full moon that would reflect on the River Clyde, leading them straight to the ship building facilities of the city.

    We met our Distinctive Voyages group that morning and were directed to a special bus for our group. A tour of the city had been arranged with stops at Glasgow Cathedral, a local museum and other points of interest. Joan and I had been to Glasgow before but enjoyed traveling with this group.

    That evening ...

    Where's my kilt???

    A travel blog entry by karenmorlock on Apr 06, 2014

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    ... we had no rain at our next stop, Gretna Green. This was a break to get drinks or snacks and use the facilities, but there were also some shops here as well. Gretna Green is famous because it was where eloping couples would come to say their vows over the anvil at the Grenta Green Blacksmith Shop. Most of these couples were coming across the border from England because of less strict marriage requirements ...

    The rest of the wee Scottish adventure

    A travel blog entry by natsully on Nov 29, 2013

    ... to the point that its too much modernizing. But they have really worked hard at it...they still have people recreating and repairing tapestries to hang in the great halls (painstaking work)!! The views were stunning though. And you can see why this is such an important castle for the Scottish...the location is perfect for defense against invasion. The history here may be bloody and brutal, but there is always the same theme of pride and hope...the Scottish are a hearty bunch, used ...

    Scotland

    A travel blog entry by vinoraja on Apr 16, 2012

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    ... and playing his drum for the tourist and missed his bus home...so he walked around in the wet waiting for the next bus (he shoes weren’t water proof, so they were also soaking wet). I didn’t ask him why he was wearing a skirt (it was not a kilt). He said he was carrying a large stick because he is apparently really good at making things out of wood and wanted to make a walking stick for an old guy he sees playing the guitar down the road from ...