The B Suites Glasgow City Centre
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews The B Suites Glasgow City Centre
Travel Blogs from Glasgow
... The Argyll Guest House). Then of course I had to walk all the way back to get the car (& got semi-lost again while driving back--did I mention how many one-way streets they have here?). Anyway, as Carol always says, it's not a vacation if you don't have some ...
We left the awesome hotel after breakfast. And a short drive later we got to the Loch Ness. We got to do a lake cruise over the entire lake to search for Nessie. An hour of searching the waters with an eagle eye and getting distracted by the beautiful landscapes and castle, I got off the boat feeling a little disappointed that I didn't get a sighting of the monster of Loch Ness. We then all got on the bus on our way to ...
... as a huge fortress with many arrow slits or cannon batteries. However, this one is different. It is basically a fortification built on a rock in several different places. It has a Governor's House (circa 1735) and with King George's battery out front of it. Then a trail leads you around to the other side of the rock where the Spanish and Bower batteries are (circa 1790). Up another set of stairs to the Guard House (circa 1500's). After this you go through a portcullis arch ...
... on the bank of the Clyde. All free, it had huge walls with cars and motorbikes mounted, large trains and boats all over the place.
Sal was keen to see the Botanic Gardens but with rain bucketng down it was a 'no go"!
Next stop was Buchanan Galleries (more shops and late lunch)
Had a typical Scottish pub meal for dinner, early to bed tonight, got a 4.45am wakeup. Next stop Ireland !!!
... Regional Geography” class. We drove back to Edinburgh to visit Scottish Parliament, which was in a modern building near the Holyrood Palace. I was expecting to see a building at least 500 years old but it was built in 2003! We went on a tour of the building and saw the giant Parliament chamber room and then sat at a large, oddly shaped Oak conference table and met a really friendly and young member of the Scottish Parliament named ...