Globetrotters Hostel Glasgow

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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    Travel Blogs from Glasgow

    Commonwealth Games

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Jul 26, 2014

    17 photos

    ... New Zealanders come on, and they have a red-headed forward who darts and feints with effortless ease, and who appears just to be taking a gentle jog towards the goal with his pursuers tens of yards behind - pure poetry in motion.

    I become aware of a whole other world going on above our heads where seagulls wheel and glide, wings extended against the silver clouds, coming and going oblivious to the noise and movement below. A pale feather flutters and ...

    ...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 Tree That Never Grew

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Apr 07, 2014

    8 photos

    ... watered by the local canine population - providing for some interesting contrast. Resisting the temptation to sit down and write dark and angsty poetry, I made my way to the Glasgow Cathedral, arriving just as it opened at 9:30am. Since I was the first tourist to slip in, I had the weird sensation of being alone in a giant cathedral: much creepier than it sounds. The Cathedral is built on the burial ground of St. Mungo. Those of you that, like me, thought that St. Mungo's was a name made ...

    The rest of the wee Scottish adventure

    A travel blog entry by natsully on Nov 29, 2013

    ... and of the trolls under the bridges in the all makes me want to curl up by a fire and listen like a little child. Something very important that I learned: Scottish whisky is spelled "Whisky", not "Whiskey" (no e!!) So it comes from the Gaelic word "usquebaugh", meaning "Water of Life". Bless. So "Usque" (or I've seen "Usquie" "Usigue") when you say it sounds like a cross between "usky" and "oosky" apparently it just morphed into "whisky". And the distilleries ...


    A travel blog entry by vinoraja on Apr 16, 2012

    32 photos

    ... and a big stick he found… Kind of looked like those hurray Krishna people you see in the City in Melb, Aust. As we drove to Inverness he was like my tour guide. He told me the history of Scotland and all. He then started talking about the economical structure of Scotland and why each place is how it is. Even though he looked like a hippy, he was really cleaver in fact. He said the reason he was looking like a bum and wet was because he enjoys coming ...