Amadeus Guest House

411 North Woodside Road, Glasgow, Scotland, G20 6NN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Firhill area of Glasgow, is near The Mackintosh House, Hunterian Museum, Hunterian Art Gallery, and Royal Troon.
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    Travel Blogs from Glasgow

    Commonwealth Games

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Jul 26, 2014

    17 photos

    After weeks of fervid anticipation and years of construction works, the Commonwealth Games have finally arrived in Glasgow. The combination of sunshine, heat and excitement have created a great atmosphere, and even a non sports person like me has become infected. George Square features spectacular displays of flowers, a giant sales marquee, and a colourful sculpture of the Games logo where visitors and locals alike are keen to get their picture taken: the ...

    ...but they shall never take our freedom!!!

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jun 27, 2014


    And now we enter the land of the Scots! When I last left off I mentioned attending the food and drink festival of York in the morning which I did do, I ate some good soup and bought some good fudge and then sat in the sun reading until it was time to board my train to Glasgow. When I arrived in Glasgow I met up with our wonderful family friends Meg and Jarrod McGuire and their 2 adorable children Harris and Rowan. The last time I saw Meg and Jarrod their son Harris ...

    The Tree That Never Grew

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Apr 07, 2014

    8 photos

    ... was well decorated, had a huge variety of food and was really well priced. I ended up having waffles and a triple layer latte. After breakfast I went off on my own, snapping a few last minute pictures and grabbing a snack at St. Georges Market. I had traditional Irish soda bread, which was quite tasty, while taking in the live band in the middle of the UK's best Victorian covered market (as voted by the people of Britain). In the afternoon it was time to bid farewell to Ireland. I ...

    The rest of the wee Scottish adventure

    A travel blog entry by natsully on Nov 29, 2013

    ... have so much history. But then there's the smaller ones...the old churches that have been converted into pubs (I like their priorities!!), and the cobblestone alleys. There's just so much here!! And bless their Clockwork Orange...the worlds cutest and smallest subway. Very very cute!! And did I mention curry? Oooooohhhhhhh's good!! Sooooooo gooooooood!! Droolworthy!! And with a twist on the norm as well...take the haggis pakoras as an example. Nuff said?!! ;) Actually ...

    Crossing the Irish Sea

    A travel blog entry by caeneden on Oct 01, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... and up the stairs into the lounge. Easy. Very nice ship. Just had fish and chips with mushy peas for lunch. Love mushy peas. They tell us that it is a one to two metre swell. Don't think it's any good for surfing, Daryl. Haven't seen any so far. Lots of white caps though. Absolutely no engine noise and it seems a very smooth ride... You just sway from side to side as you walk. We arrive in an hour and ...