Travelodge - Helensburgh Seafront.

Address: 112-117 West Clyde Street, Helensburgh, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Scotland, G84 8ES, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 112-117 West Clyde Street, Helensburgh, is near Newark Castle and Barnhill.
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Travel Blogs from Helensburgh

Hang spring cleaning!

A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Jun 15, 2014

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Having just got back from a month travelling round Central Asia where each day was an eager anticipation of interesting new sights and stories, I find I have acquired the habit of looking at my surroundings with greater concentration. And the start of summer in the West of Scotland is a felicitous time to pay attention to one's surroundings: mountains, sea, lochs, birdsong, wild flowers, clean air, big skies, and daylight that stretches from 4 am until 11 ...

Mackintosh and rubber wear

A travel blog entry by twovines on Jul 08, 2013

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... had even thought it was a monastery! She on the other hand didn't regard her parents as overly modern but said that they had just wanted to get away from the stuffiness of Victorian design. In one of the children's bedrooms, and safely locked behind glass doors, I am stunned to see a collection of Blackie books including annuals. Big thick books with sturdy illustrated covers. As a child, I used to own a very similar collection which Was much loved - all purchased ...

Day 40: Farewell to Islay, hello to Glasgow

A travel blog entry by elaine_bell on Jun 22, 2012

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... for a red light we were excited to see that the rotating bridge across the canal was open to allow a couple of yachts to enter the canal.

On parking so we could watch and get some photos we saw that the yachts were about to enter No 1 of the total of 15 locks on this canal, then we just had to walk a short distance to watch the whole process, which soon saw us chatting with the yacht crews. Jens could not resist ...

Fraser's (ever amusing) take on Asia

A travel blog entry by 218days on Apr 16, 2011

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... us the usual courtesy and manners our parents bestowed upon us. As we ploughed a course through the busiest anything I have ever seen, ever, Chinamen were sent flying inches into the air and eyes all around us burned the back of our skulls as we flaunted convention and stepped over entire families to the front of the queue (if you can’t beat ‘em…). As the gates opened, like that scene in titanic when the lower classes overrun the steward, we ...

Life on the road

A travel blog entry by amanda_escapes on May 09, 2010

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... of pasta, because you use all the ingredients you buy and you don't need many. But we also have tuna mornay, meat with frozen packet vegetables or stir-fries. Sometimes the hostels have a 'free food' shelf, where other people leave behind ingredients they didn't need all of, and if there are sauces and spices and baking stuff we can be more creative. Sometimes we go out to restaurants, or pubs, especially if there's a local dish we want to try or if we didn't have soup for lunch and ...