Charing Cross House

Address: 310 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G3 6UW, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the West End area of Glasgow, is near Tenement House, Willow Tea Rooms, Sauchiehall Street, and Nice 'n' Sleazy.
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      A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Sep 17, 2014

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      ... House, Kibble Palace, Glasgow Green and the People's Palace, and the National Piping Center and Bagpipe Museum. I hope our tour include a few of these places.

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      Back to Glasgow

      A travel blog entry by rerowand on Aug 14, 2014

      ... room we packed, repacked, ironed, showered, etc. until the farewell dinner. I decided to wear my new Harris Tweed jacket to dinner. We took a group picture in the lounge before heading in for the farewell dinner. We sat with Butch and Linda and Ryan. Jean talked with Ryan about his job teaching fourth grade in a public school. Butch and I discussed the trip and the VAT refund. After saying goodbye to everyone, we returned to the room to finish packing and watch the last of British ...

      Day 14 & 15 Glasgow to Reykjavik, Iceland

      A travel blog entry by wombat.one on Jun 27, 2014

      ... again) in the country's capital of Reykjavik.

      After checking in, we ventured into the main streets of Reykjavik and take in the local sites and watch in amazement at the number of people and general hustle and bustle. It is a Friday afternoon, the weather is pleasant (about 13 degrees celsius). There are people everywhere outside hotels, sucking on beers and wines; not really what we expected in Iceland.

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      The Tree That Never Grew

      A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Apr 07, 2014

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      ... s beer, and many of my friends in Durham swear by it. That being said, I have been on a number of brewery tours in my life, and I am sad to say that this one was by far the least impressive. While the tour guide was extremely friendly, she was also quite scatterbrained and had a really heavy accent. I found her accent a bit of a challenge, those guests on the tour who were not native English speakers found it impossible. The tour was quite long, really pointless, and the guide spent ...

      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 maaaaaaan...it's good!! Sooooooo gooooooood!! Droolworthy!! And with a twist on the norm as well...take the haggis pakoras as an example. Nuff said?!! ;) Actually ...