Margaret Macdonald House

89 Buccleuch Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G3 6QT, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the West End area of Glasgow, is near Merchant City, Tenement House, The ABC, and Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA).
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Travel Blogs from Glasgow

Commonwealth Games

A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Jul 26, 2014

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... the man behind me, in the excitement of a Mexican wave, spills liberal quantities of salsa over my jacket. One game follows another in quick succession. In the first few, one side always scores all the points; the mood of the crowd swings towards the underdog, and when eventually someone from Papua New Guinea manages to hurl himself over the touchline with the ball in spite of two Welsh players hanging on to him like wolfhounds, all 45,000 spectators break out ...

Day Thirty-two - Highland Games

A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on May 25, 2014

... in height, weighed 23 stone and had a foot sized of UK 18! At the end of the day it was time for the much anticipated Caber Toss event. The second man to attempt the throw and...snap! The thing breaks. The organisers phoned a man down the road who happened to have a replacement Caber at his house (?), it was brought down within half an hour, and broken within a minute! It was hilarious. They had no more for backup so had to create ...

The Tree That Never Grew

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Apr 07, 2014

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... Following the dinner the entertainment continued with a rousing performance by Drums and Roses, a Scottish bagpipe and drum band famous from appearing on Britain's Got Talent. Along with Scottish classics, like Flower of Scotland, the band gave rousing renditions of Mamma Mia, Sweet Child of Mine and more modern songs as well that had the social work professors out of their seats and line dancing around the room. I kid you not. All in all it was a wonderful way to end an awesome day in ...

The rest of the wee Scottish adventure

A travel blog entry by natsully on Nov 29, 2013

... have so much history. But then there's the smaller ones...the old churches that have been converted into pubs (I like their priorities!!), and the cobblestone alleys. There's just so much here!! And bless their Clockwork Orange...the worlds cutest and smallest subway. Very very cute!! And did I mention curry? Oooooohhhhhhh's good!! Sooooooo gooooooood!! Droolworthy!! And with a twist on the norm as well...take the haggis pakoras as an example. Nuff said?!! ;) Actually ...

Our last weekend

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Sep 28, 2013

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... to the Scottish National Gallery that I enjoyed so much last time, as Gray was keen to see it. I enjoyed it just as much the second time; there might not have been the shock of the unexpected Rembrandt or Leonardo around the corner this time, (although The Kiss still takes your breath away as you enter its space - you are SO close! And you have it all to yourself) but thus time there is the warm familiarity of re-visiting something beloved.

A cup of coffee in the ...