Seton Guest House

6 Seton Terrace, Glasgow, Scotland, G31 2HU, 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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    A travel blog entry by graemea on Aug 23, 2014

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    ... rules of 16 years and over, as opposed to the English 18 years, gave us an insight into the many differences we were to find in Scotland, that makes it the territory it is today. The English have crossed the border many times over the centuries; like to marry in Gretna Green so the young ones didn't need parental permission, to full-scale battles and raids, either to pacify the Highlanders or suppress the wild, hairy beasts ...

    First leg - Glasgow and London to Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on May 09, 2014

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    Tomorrow we are off at last. Although it has been in planning for 14 months, the trip has not seemed quite real yet, even when I was having needles stuck into me week after week for vaccinations. But now all preparations are complete: visas in order; travel documents printed off; clothes and equipment assembled; and enough e-books and podcasts to see us through the next ...

    I’m feelin’ hot, hot, hot!

    A travel blog entry by timandnomes on Apr 10, 2013

    ... do. First job was to get them pronouncing and reading the words which Naomi did with the greatest patience and repetition. Next we taught them to sing it in time by which time it would be screamed at us as loud as possible so we had to teach them that tune is more important than volume which took some time but in the end we had the older ones singing ‘You Raise Me Up’ better than Westlife! For the younger ones we taught ‘Our God is a great big ...

    Blast from the past!

    A travel blog entry by ross-and-pam on Aug 29, 2012

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    Ancestry mainly

    A travel blog entry by dawnc on Jul 19, 2012

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    ... name Munro. So that is where the cousin relationship comes in. He married another widow, Catherine McIntyre, late in life, but she was from a different family (not a sister) - doesn’t seem related, but I can’t be sure. She outlived him. Neil died in 1951 aged 64 from coronary thrombosis and cardiac failure. I have just realised these age dates don’t add up, but that is what the records say. I ...