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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      Glasgow is the biggest city in Scotland

      A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Sep 17, 2014

      86 photos

      ... architect and artist who also designed furniture. Our guide also took us to see Dali's Crucifiction. We were given one hour at this museum. After the museum visit, our bus headed back to Greenock. This was a half day tour with about hour and a half spent on the road between Greenock and ...

      Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games

      A travel blog entry by benbrydie on Jul 26, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... Cheering and chanting, Sings songs with the fans And when we got hungry For food Benny went A whole hour and a half In line had he spent The players were quick, The refs made their call We smashed poor Barbados Not surprising at all But the favourite of teams This year, to take part Was Uganda's first team They sure won every heart The atmosphere buzzed No moment went flat The Commonwealth Games We've been there, done ...

      A classy lady, a burger and a guy who can sing!

      A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jun 08, 2014


      ... doing a show, I do another one. It is better when it is summer, but you just do shows until you make enough to live off.”

      I never knew how difficult it was, and I don’t think I would be able to. Because he was so good, it made me really think of the audiences.

      And I saw 2 of his shows, and you can tell if it will bring in the money or not, simply by the reaction of the crowd.

      But he hit the nail on the head of why he does ...


      A travel blog entry by calicait on Mar 30, 2014

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      ... castles, but I was pleasantly surprise when I stepped off the bus into a metropolitan area.
      That night after Matt picked me up from the bus station, we decided to eat some home-cooked pizza at his flat. He burned it badly, so we went to the chippy, instead! The chippy is a nickname for a chip shop, which is a nickname for "we'll fry anything". Since our home-cooked pizza was a little too-cooked, we decided to order the fried pizza. It was heavenly.
      The ...

      The rest of the wee Scottish adventure

      A travel blog entry by natsully on Nov 29, 2013

      ... about the spelling all said that both spellings are correct for all whiskies, but the Scottish are ALWAYS without the 'e' So there you go!! Useless piece of trivia that you might need for a pub quiz in some future life ;) Oh and I took myself up to Stirling for the day. AGAIN, the train is not only extremely accessible, but cheap too (£8.10 return!!) Sadly I didn't have time for the William Wallace memorial, as Stirling Castle took up many hours!! It's really uber ...