Glasgow Guest House

Address: 56 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow, Scotland, G41 5NP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Kingston area of Glasgow, is near The Burrell Collection, Loch Lomond Park Centre, Bellahouston Park, and Greenbank Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Glasgow

    Glasgow Cathedral & the Necropolis

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 01, 2015

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    Glasgow’s main cathedral and religious complex is located on
    a hill a short distance east of the city center. Glasgow Cathedral dates from
    the 1200s and is one of the few cathedrals in Scotland to have survived the
    iconoclastic fervor of the Reformation. While in England the Reformation
    involved Henry VIII taking the country out of the Catholic church and calling
    the new church ...

    Our First Bump

    A travel blog entry by cooper639 on Sep 08, 2014

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    As well as princess Kate's bump we have hit a bump in the road here in Glasgow don't worry it's not major, we can not get a car until Wednesday. But with very quick thinking skills by my wonderful mother we have boarded a bus to Glasgow Train station and are currently waiting for a train to Fort William. There is a Burger King outside and free Wi-Fi so were happy. Tune in tomorrow or later today (sorry still working out the time difference) for this developing story. Miki Da ...

    Commonwealth Games

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Jul 26, 2014

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    ... the train to Partick for the subway: the length of the entrance queue makes our hearts sink. However, courteous and efficient SPT staff have laid on shuttle buses which deliver us right to the stadium entrance. Here the queue is even longer: a passer-by shouts that someone told him that the entrance on the other side is less busy, so we walk and walk and walk with the crowd in a sudden shower of rain, flanked by cheerful smiling volunteers with big green pointers as ...

    To see the Family

    A travel blog entry by kateandglen on Apr 05, 2014

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    ... We went up to Balloch and had a look around. It was freezing cold and raining. Good Scottish weather, so it was not too exciting but it was good to be out in the country side. We drove back to catch up with Aunty Helen in Dumbarton and also Paul and his family. He has three kids (girl and two boys). It youngest was really cute.

    After an couple hours we had to get going again to catch our flight home, it was only a brief visit but it was really good to catch up with everyone.

    Robbie Burns and Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by jannettek on Jun 10, 2013

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    ... so many famous works it is a bit gob-smacking. A strangely likable city, where we had a very enjoyable day.

    Our time in Scotland is coming to an end. What a wonderful time we have had here. Tomorrow to Carlisle, where from we shall visit again the Lakes District in Cumbria.