West End Backpackers

Address: 3 Bank Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G12 8JQ, United Kingdom | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the West End area of Glasgow, is near University of Glasgow, The Mackintosh House, Hunterian Museum, and Hunterian Art Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Glasgow

    Hello Nessie

    A travel blog entry by cdickson6 on Jun 18, 2015

    5 photos

    ... through the valleys. A morning tea break was had at Pitlochry where we dined on some fantastic home baked scones with jam and cream. Pitlochry is well known for its woollen mills and boats numerous shops selling lovely woollen scarves and other knitted garments. a number of shorter stops were made along the way including a large memorial and shrine commemorating the deaths of Scottish commandos over the years. The memorial statue appeared to be in the middle of nowhere ...

    Glasgow is the biggest city in Scotland

    A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Sep 17, 2014

    86 photos

    ... the city of Rome. Although the Romans sent their legions against Scotland and Ireland, they were never conquered.

    Some of the most famous sites in Glasgow are the Cathedral St Mungo, George Square, Kelvingrove Art Gallery, the University of Glasgow, Riverside Museum and Tall ...

    Back across the Irish Sea

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Aug 15, 2014

    46 photos

    ... as mortar) Just off to the side is the cellars used to hold the food stuffs and wine. The courtyard is just beyond the Gatehouse Tower. This castle is a little different in that it has a kitchen tower separate from the main tower were people lived. The kitchen was next to the Great Hall. This was a convenient and safe way to minimize damage in case of fire. The castle still has many of the rooms still intact and are fascinating to look at. The size of the fireplaces has me in ...

    Gold, Gold, Gold for Australia!

    A travel blog entry by lynnyslonglaugh on Aug 03, 2014

    6 photos

    ... and one of India's players cleared the ball out of the goals and up into the stands. I saw it flying through the crowd waiting for it to hit someone, and then it did..... ME! Luckily I had been standing up or it probably would've hit me square in the chest, but instead it hit me in the thigh. Considering I was in the back row a good 20 meters from where the ball was hit and it still had a fair amount of heat in it, I can't imagine how hard ...

    Forth again

    A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 23, 2012

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... later date. What I have found is the William Robb shop, pre 1900. Again it has been modified, in this case by building a second storey, but I can see no sign that an addition has been made. According to the local history book William had a bakery and confectionary shop in what is now the Brownlie Building. He rented the premises and when Mrs Brownlie bought it he had to move to what became the Robb and Co shop further up on the other side of the street. ...