Craigielea Guesthouse

Address: 35 Westercraigs, Glasgow, Scotland, G31 2HY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the East End area of Glasgow, is near Glasgow Cathedral, St. Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, Provand's Lordship, and Glasgow Royal Infirmary.
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    The Braw and Bonny

    A travel blog entry by trishsp8 on Aug 06, 2015

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    ... with the historical facts. Stirling is another beautiful town, castle, river. The William Wallace monument is huge and you can see it for miles. On that note Braveheart wasn't all that accurate... We finished up in Glasgow. Exhausted from all the Highland walking. Our daily average according to my iphone has been 15k steps. Glasgow is a big modern city. It used to have well over a million people but now has about 600,000. Edinburgh ...

    Grabbed a cab for this one

    A travel blog entry by 2muchin1trip on Jun 16, 2015

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    ... us on this little tour. We weren't going to be able to use it anywhere else. I have some beautiful pictures from the different places he took us. Talk about some green scenery. Amazing place. It was better than any of the bus tours I'm certain of ...


    A travel blog entry by piperwg on Oct 30, 2014

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    ... Cleaning is not possible as it damages the soft sandstone. Forward of the Nave is the Choir where services are held these days. Pic 5. The organ wasn't added until the C19 and can be seen high up on both sides in Pic 4. Pic 6 is a lovely colourful alter in the Crypt. Pic 7 is the beautiful eagle in the lectern. The Chapter house was added by king James 1 in the early C15. His coat of arms can be ...

    Back across the Irish Sea

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Aug 15, 2014

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    ... cook up some dinner.

    Day 2

    OK yesterday we bored you with Cathedral's, today we will bore you with castles. First on the list is Dumbarton. A little history first, Dumbarton guards a point where two rivers (River Leven and River Clyde) join. This has been a strategic point since the 1300's. William Wallace, Robert the Bruce and Mary Queen of Scots all graced this rock with their presents. It saw action in the Napoleonic Wars, WWI & WWII. Most people think of ...

    Drumming for Drinks and Drinking for Drums

    A travel blog entry by lostinscotland on Aug 14, 2014

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    ... on Port Dundas Place. I didn't realise that it was part of a chain, or I might have given it a pass and gone to the french place across the way, but it looked nice and the staff were enthusiastic and pleasant.

    It turned out to be a really good choice as the food was fantastic. Easily the best meal we've had in Scotland yet. I had a pork belly that was not only tender and tasty - but they had used salt! (its rare to find restaurants that use salt in cooking ...

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