Argyll Guest House

Address: 970 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G3 7TH, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the West End area of Glasgow, is near Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Museum of Transport, Kelvingrove Park, and Hunterian Museum.
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      Drumming for Drinks and Drinking for Drums

      A travel blog entry by lostinscotland on Aug 14, 2014

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      ... At 1pm, we congregated at the Lord Todd Bar on the campus of Strathclyde University. We were there for an event called Drumming for Drinks. This is my first time I have attended this event, which is run in the lead up to the world championships. It is basically a raucous and loud event where drummers get to break loose and go crazy with tricks and so on. It relies heavily on crowd participation egging them on.

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      Glasgow & Edinburgh, Scotland!

      A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Jul 08, 2014

      2 comments

      ... 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 ...

      You Take the High Road

      A travel blog entry by laurenporter6 on Jun 10, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... taking us through the highlands and to Loch Ness! We drove past Loch Lomond as our tour guide told stories and sang along with some traditional scottish music. The highlands were truly incredible. Hills, lakes, and mountains for miles. We went for a little boat cruise on Loch Ness over to see the castle. Of course we were on the constant look out for Nessie! The best part of the trip was when we stopped to feed some hairy coos!! ...

      The Tree That Never Grew

      A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Apr 07, 2014

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      ... Marion and made my way back to Belfast. The train ride back to the North was quite uneventful, and I made it to my new hostel without much delay. This time I was staying in Belfast's Hosteling International Hostel. Like most hostels in this chain it was large, bare bones, and impersonal - but it got the job done. For the first time on my trip I actually arrived early enough in my room to snag a bottom bunk, which was a nice surprise. especially considering that apparently the hostel ...

      From Motherwell to Lanark and back

      A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 20, 2012

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... trees smiling with fragrance - breathing blossoms, or loaded with delicious fruit." In the 1840s they had a setback as fruit from the colonies became available and this left them growing pears, plums and gooseberries. Later strawberries were introduced. This fits well with the letters. The Merrilees grew pears, gooseberries and strawberries and wrote about the difficulties of producing them economically. Interestingly the gooseberries were used to provide pectin for ...