Tolbooth Apartments

Address: 24 High Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G1 1NL, United Kingdom | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located in the Calton area of Glasgow, is near Sharmanka Gallery and Workshop, Tolbooth Steeple, Glasgow Print Studios, and Street Level Photoworks.
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Glasgow, Scotland

A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Sep 15, 2015

22 photos

... to the Trust for future generations. The Trust restored the lighting back to gas lamps and had to replicate the wallpaper, but otherwise left things as they were. The place was very fascinating and the displays in the ground floor reception area rotate regularly since they have so many things to display.

The evening entertainment was a local Scottish group of singers, dancers and musicians including bagpipes. What a nice way to end our visit to ...

A day Exploring

A travel blog entry by etta.spence on Jul 06, 2015

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... of Rob Roy McGregor. The Mallochs (mum's maiden name and my middle name) are part of the McGregor clan. Afterwards met up with Stuart's brother Gavin and his wife Myra and we all had dinner together. It is so difficult to park or even drive in the street where we are staying, cars parked on each side of a narrow road, on one side they ...

Stone walls, hedge rows, lakes and kilts.

A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on May 29, 2015

2 comments, 19 photos

... have played pool both nights while we all sip our pints!

Our second day was spent riding around the Lakes District. We followed the coast south from our hotel through Workington, Whitehaven and St Bees. The fields beside us were criss-crossed with dry stone walls keeping the sheep where they were supposed to be. When there were no stone walls, there were hedges dividing the fields. The coastal villages had narrow streets and buildings with stone ...

Toy stores, Harry Potter and shirt tale relatives

A travel blog entry by dannib on Oct 10, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

Our first full day in Glasgow started with the Hop on Hop on bus, Sounds pretty touristy doesn't it? Yes but I recommend it. It's a quick way to get your bearings in a city you don't know. However, not being a Harry Potter follower I didn’t understand all the references the bus tour guide made to HP. maybe someone can enlighten me, was there filming done here for the movies? Or maybe she was just a fan.....

How do ...

Back to Glasgow

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Aug 14, 2014

... little of the Fanta, she was not hungry. Back on the bus, John had placed the email list of the travelers on our seat. Our next stop was a rest stop at Luss. This was for the WC and to take a look/picture of Loch Loman. While here you could buy food. Butch bought a black and white milkshake and enjoyed it. There was also shops. Jean found and bought a nice handblown Christmas tree for her collection and met the artist. We then finished the last leg to Glasgow. We finally hit ...