Seton Guest House

Address: 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 kimberlymorgan on Jul 08, 2015

    5 comments, 6 photos

    ... luckily. However the security is so tight here they pull my bag to the side and search every corner of it. They have to separately scan my liquids and put the bomb detector cloth all around my bag. So crazy. After another long delay we finally entered the waiting area for our flight. There isn't any seating around so we find a restaurant and order some breakfast and drinks. So glad we came to the airport super early, didn't know we were going to be facing so many problems. But we ...

    Here I come Canada

    A travel blog entry by emseale on May 28, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... the flight was due to depart ten minutes later than planned - okay whatever, that I can deal with. Only the closer we got to that time, the less it felt as though we were leaving anytime soon because there was no indication at the gate of boarding. Finally at 11pm we started to board and left an impressive thirteen hours later than we signed up for. But that's not all ladies and gentleman, no way. You think when you are in a plane in the air that the ...


    A travel blog entry by bethalexandra on Sep 11, 2014

    35 photos

    ... in Glasgow, still very warm. After a walk down to the Clyde River and what we think must have been a Commonwealth Games area although how would we know as we haven't seen so much as a photo from the games given that we were on a cruise at the time. But after a brief experience in Glasgow the less said about this city the better. Tomorrow we head back to England. Probably good to be out of Scotland before the vote for independence in one week. Who knows what will happen after they ...

    The Last Day

    A travel blog entry by dondrea on Jul 19, 2013

    1 photo

    ... Warbler. The second stop was at a visitor's center at the southern tip of the loch. This place actually turned out to be pretty commercial and gawdy with a small outdoor mall, an aquarium, and carnival-like games. We decided to eat our lunch there, since we had already made the stop, and at the very least the people watching was great. The highlight was a Scottish grandmother dancing to the oldies that were blasting from speakers near one of the ...

    To Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by stumblebum on Jun 29, 2012

    ... green slopes plunging down to meet the river and road stretched on to the horizon. In fact, the luscious green of The Trossachs was probably enhanced by the rain fall. We doubled back a few miles and to the coast road to Oban. Here we parked up for an hour or so, enjoyed a beer and stroll around the shops, at last buying an umbrella! Oban is a bustling harbour and ferry port to many of the ...