The White House Apartments

Address: 11 - 13 Cleveden Crescent, Glasgow, Scotland, G12 0PB, United Kingdom | 3 star condo
 
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This 3 star condo, located in the Kelvinside area of Glasgow, is near Botanic Gardens and Kibble Palace, House for an Art Lover, The Mackintosh House, and City Hall.
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Travel Blogs from Glasgow

Glasgow is the biggest city in Scotland

A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Sep 17, 2014

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... ship building and some of the famous ships were built here. The Cutty Sark at Greenwich was built here. I remember the bust of Abe Lincoln inside the ship when I visited several decades ago. There are only three shipbuilding companies left in Greenock.
Our first stop was at the Church ...

Arrival Day

A travel blog entry by jillsreally on Aug 04, 2014

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... took it all in. Four lane highway but the traffic was not conjested and flowed freely. It took about 20 mins to get to my hotel and then I nearly left my passport in the car lol.

I've got a nice room on the 6th floor....pretty standard hotel room that could be anywhere in the world. Turned on the TV (once I asked for a remote from the bellboy) and low and behold, NZ's SPCA pet rescue program was ...

A classy lady, a burger and a guy who can sing!

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jun 08, 2014

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... making a chip butty when she came out and said, "well, come on then…pick it up! It’s your birthday, just eat it!"

Woah. Woah…a classy elderly not only gave me permission but encouraged me to shove my face??

Bless her!

We ate until we could literally eat no more. People who say 'there is always room for dessert’ haven’t finished a Hard Rock meal.
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Glasgow: My First Steps in Europe

A travel blog entry by younginmotion on Dec 05, 2013

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... li>double-decker buses - firstly, they're as fun as they're made out to be. Secondly, they're expensive. About $4 CAD one-way. In fact, everything in Scotland was rather expensive. The price of clothes at TopShop, for example, was not adjusted. If it was $20 CAD, it was 20.

  • the faucets - there is one faucet for cold, and one for hot. One hand will burn, the other will freeze.
  • the best things to do in the city are free (at least for History buff's)
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  • The rest of the wee Scottish adventure

    A travel blog entry by natsully on Nov 29, 2013

    ... great places until we made it to Oban...one of the West Coast's seafood hubs. So it was a mean feast of fresh fish and chips to warm us up and fill our tummies. (And a dram of whisky never goes astray!!) Oban was a sweet little seaside town. The ferries were all sleeping...it was off season and many companies shut down for the winter at the end of October. But it was a great place for a stroll. We stopped at St Conan's Kirk where a son built his mother her own church...yes...he ...