Margaret Macdonald House

Address: 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

The Fellowship of the Ring "A Long Expected Party"

A travel blog entry by wolfbagger on Jun 29, 2015

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... as it closed behind me Indiana Jones style. So, 4 days' walking beckons. From Glasgow to Fort William. Now that I am there as peacemaker will there be an absence of bickering? Only peace and harmony? Seems unlikely, especially if Jeremy insists on a 10 minute mile pace. Still, at least I have my whistle and glow sticks in case I fall down a misty crevasse or step in a bear trap.... or get ...

Jim's Tour de Glasgow

A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Oct 25, 2014

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After bagels and bacon rolls Jim and I drove Laura and Jarrad to the wedding in Sterling. The Scottish countryside is very pretty. We drove up past Stirling Castle and onwards to Gleneagles. Gleneagles was home to the very recent Ryder Cup and has a rather fancy hotel associated with it. Jim and I had tea and scones at Gleneagles before walking to the 1st and 18th holes. From here ...

You're eating alone?

A travel blog entry by jrl3710 on Jul 16, 2014

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... from Glasgow International Airport to Orlando. At customs I finally got to go through the US citizen line, and the guy checking my passport said "Welcome home" and I almost cried.
Then I flew from Orlando to Seattle, and crashed at my parents house, since I had been up for 30 hours and could finally sleep without worrying about my surroundings or catching a flight the next morning. (I slept on the floor because my parents' house was full, but I've been used ...

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

A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jun 27, 2014


... the museum quite a lot and they also had some excellent art works including Dali's Christ of St. John of the Cross. Now I haven't generally been a fan of religious art, but this one is impressive. Firstly because it's very apparent just how much of a talented painter Dali was and secondly because of the very different perspective of the painting. I was being lazy and didn't take a picture so you'll just have to google it. When I had explored the Kelvin Grove Museum to ...

Days 2&3: Stirling and Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by daniandmo on Jun 03, 2013

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... us a rundown of the history of the castle and the battles that took place nearby, which was very interesting, and pointed out the Wallace monument and where the Old Stirling Bridge was (where William Wallace defeated the English). We also saw the Church of the Holy Rude (where Mary Queen of Scots worshipped and where her son was crowned King James IV. That evening we had a family dinner which was lovely. Jo and Moses were not sure how to respond at dessert when they were given the ...