Charing Cross House

310 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G3 6UW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Glasgow

A travel blog entry by jamesandbre

3

... we planned a big walk around town, safe to say we made it to the first stop - riverside museum dripping wet! It poured down on us as our raincoats protected our upper they aided in our pants being soaked then running into our shoes. We headed straight to the cafe inside and sat down to dry off with some hot drinks. Eventually we were dry enough that we went for a look around the museum, mostly old cars, bikes and random bits and pieces. There was a break in the ...

Day 19: Haleakala crater and goodbye Maui

A travel blog entry by ladylele

5

... til I'm on the plane to take drowsy antihistamines though. We eat a bit, drink a bit, chat. The boys return and they eat too. Around 8.30pm it's time to go. We say an emotional goodbye to everyone and head to Kahului airport to return our trusty hire car, check in our baggage (eventually, after being stuck behind disorganised family from hell with multiple overweight bags), get through security, and get to our gate. At 11.15 we take off, and say Aloha finally to ...

Glasgow for the Burrell Collection

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi

45

... Scottish Independence, which they are not against, to our surprise: the Scots seem like such a unique and special and proud race that you would think that they would all prefer to be their own independent nation, but there is a strong prevailing feeling that they are too small to go it alone, (population 5.3 million - about the same as Sydney!) and as they are able to keep their own identity as part of the United Kingdom, they should keep it that ...

A crazy day in Glasgow

A travel blog entry by flyingkiwi

5

... food. Got pizza, buns, biscuits and coleslaw for the bus ride. Then kept walking. Took about 15min more and I was tired. So went and had a shower and got my computer and went across the road to the kitchen hostel area with the wifi. I ate two bowls of cornflakes and went on the computer. Started to look at booking the rest of he trip and got freaked out and started feeling really home sick again. Cooked my pizza and chatted to the girls who worked at the hostel ...

Glasgow

A travel blog entry by elysetopher

7

... us our hotel wasn't too far away. But after walking to our hotel in the rain we found in fact we had been upgraded to another hotel. That all sounds lovely but an email wouldn't have gone astray so that our sick bodies didn't have to mission around in the rain. Yesterday we used the day to see the sights of Glasgow, which didn't take too long really as there wasn't a great deal to see. After walking around the shops and battling crowds ...

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This hotel, located in the West End area of Glasgow, is near Willow Tea Rooms, Tenement House, Sauchiehall Street, and Nice 'n' Sleazy.
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