Globetrotters Hostel Glasgow

Address: 56 Berkeley Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G3 7DS, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the City Centre area of Glasgow, is near Mitchell Library, Willow Tea Rooms, Sauchiehall Street, and Nice 'n' Sleazy.
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      Jim's Tour de Glasgow

      A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Oct 25, 2014

      7 photos

      ... Mika and Laura McCusker all went to school. We stopped at Kelvin Grove Art Gallery and saw the famous piece of art there, and a number of others. We went down to the recently redeveloped docklands sort of area and collected Jacqui from the wedding show, before making our way home with a drive-by of Ibrox (home of the Rangers) and Hampden … These two aren’t as important as Parkhead, so ...

      Glasgow Scotland

      A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Jul 11, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... was automated and we just used a kiosk in the lobby to get squared away. We read online that the hotel only had one kind of room and that every room was laid out exactly the same which at the time didn't really register but it made total sense once we opened the door to our room. This was the sleekest and most modern hotel room either of us have ever stayed in and also probably the smallest as well. Everything in the room ...

      ...but they shall never take our freedom!!!

      A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jun 27, 2014


      ... buildings had been converted to be used as military grounds when it was no longer required to be used as a castle. Including one building that had been covered over with a stucco sort of cement (or however you describe it, I'm no builder) which apparently the whole castle would have been covered in which is not normally how you (or at least I) think of them as being, I generally think exposed rock. The castle itself wasn't exactly gigantic, but you got to see almost ...

      The beginning

      A travel blog entry by kalie on May 11, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... br>
      Over the next couple of days we were just in and around Glasgow - found Kelvins art gallery and gardens, which were beautiful. Then on Sunday we went to Jos and Alans for an amazing dinner.

      On Monday we went out for a Scottish breakfast and then headed over to Edinburgh...

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      On the banks of the Clyde

      A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 22, 2012

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... as there is no plan available. It has thousands of graves, but I did have the “lair” (Scottish term for plot) number. Soon round the end of a wall I spotted a lawn mowing man. He jumped off his tractor and showed me which was the C section, but said sometimes they had started new numbering sequences in the middle of old ones, and they could be all mixed up. Also most didn’t have numbers. He knew where to look, uncovered some numbers and then after not too long ...