Glasgow Central Apartments

15/3 Oswald Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G1 4PD, United Kingdom | 4 star condo
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This 4 star condo, located in the City Centre area of Glasgow, is near Cawdor Castle, Dunrobin Castle and Gardens, The Lighthouse, and West Highland Way.
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    Rugged Scottish Highlands

    A travel blog entry by graemea on Aug 23, 2014

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    Scotland – After our time in amazing Ireland, we thought this would take some beating, but in Scotland, we think it pipped Ireland – maybe it was the stories and links to historical sites, battles and events, but we were well pleased with our escapade across the Scottish Highlands.
    As soon as we crossed the border into Scotland, we knew we were in for a treat. Gretna Green, a small village just across the border with ...

    Welcome Home

    A travel blog entry by craigandrea on Jul 15, 2014

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    What an amazing day we had with Craig's family in Glasgow. Andrew travelled up from London so we collected him and travelled to Alicia's house about noon. Alicia's husband Duncan was still at work, but their two sons Ross and Jack were there, along with Craig's older brother John and his wife Janet. I was made so welcome, and it was just incredible to me to see how alike Craig and John were in their mannerisms and the way they interacted. I must admit I spent ...

    Quilts, quilts and more ....

    A travel blog entry by redback-travel on May 15, 2014

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    ... then showed a picture of their quilt, not the original photo, to the next person who used that as the inspiration for their quilt. And so on to each member of the group. The challenge had been taken up by a number of groups and it was fascinating to see how the first person's quilt took up the theme and how that idea was taken on. There were some stunning designs and amazing workmanship in the quilts there.

    After coffee we moved on to the next church where ...

    Dutchies coming over!

    A travel blog entry by quirine on Oct 22, 2013


    ... aspect of British culture, because the people are basically too polite to ask if the window can be closed again. It is such a funny thing to me, because it is so different from Dutch culture. In the Netherlands, at least one person would mention it is getting too cold or at least give out a clear sign to let them know that the opening of the window is not appreciated! It would in some way just be very clear to the person who thought of opening it.
    Stories ...

    3 years of planning now coming to an end!

    A travel blog entry by kenny.grant on Jan 31, 2012

    ... for the beautiful Scottish summer weather .... not! - well maybe it will be better this year.

    On the 1st of October we head back out to New York before heading on to Peru, Chile, Argentina and Brazil before heading home via Lisbon in Portugal. If all goes according to plan we will be back in Scotland on 1st November - just in time for winter.......and to start planning our 2013 trips.