Acorn Hotel

140 Elderslie Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G3 7AW, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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The First Day

A travel blog entry by bluebells


... imagine what this beach looked like covered with the medieval fleet of Angus Og, preparing to sail to war.

I asked around for directions to St. John's Tower by the Sea, the remaining tower of the place in which Bruce held his parliament on April 26, 1315. Most of the locals didn't know what I was talking about. I received directions to a place called the Citadel, where I found the remains ...

Beginning of Spring Break 2014 in Glasgow

A travel blog entry by jess416


... pick up as many as you want! I ended up spending 23 which was a bit steep but I was full and so happy so it was worth it. That night we went to the pub next door to our hotel and decided on some things that we wanted to do in Barcelona.

Tuesday morning we woke up and we were on our way! We had to check out by 11am and didn't know how much time we would need at the airport so we decided to just head to the airport even though ...

Dreary day, interesting content!

A travel blog entry by ozplanman


... the old town. No such luck. I spoke to a lady there who told me that there isn't even a shopping centre there and that it's just a "locality" these days. I did see some older buildings on the way in and GG took a photo of me near a sign saying where we were but as far as feeling something about my roots - didn't happen.

We hopped on the train at Coatbridge which is one stop closer to Glasgow, and soon found ourselves in the heart of that city. A quick ...

Stitch this Jimmy

A travel blog entry by alanandnise


... hasn't connected, I'll go back and sort it out.

This arvo we walked around the city centre. Many of Glasgow's buildings look neglected shadows of what they once were which is very sad, but then there are spectacular old buildings which are well kept, and recent buildings which really stand out for their architecture.

We then went to the Glasgow necropolis, a house built in the 1400s that Mary Queen of Scots lived in, and the Kelvingrove Museum - ...


A travel blog entry by britanne


Our hotel gave us breakfast sacks outside our door in the morning! There's Special K, milk, cookies, and apple juice! Best free breakfast we've had on this trip so far. For the day we headed out to see this play at the Oher Mor, a famous playhouse and bar. We got there ten minutes late, so they wouldn't let us in. So close to making it! We grabbed some lunch and they had mac n' cheese! Oh, how I have missed some mac n' cheese. Since we can't go ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the West End area of Glasgow, is near Mitchell Library, Willow Tea Rooms, Tenement House, and Sauchiehall Street.
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