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 ...

Farewell, ma wee bonnie Scotland.

A travel blog entry by sarahimray on Dec 10, 2011


There is something tragic in only realising how much I'd fallen in love when leaving on a train. He was so ruggedly beautiful, so charming, entrancing even. I couldn't always understand him, but I felt like we were meant to be together from birth. We had so many good times together drinking and rebel-rousing. He shared his fine whiskey, and rich haggis with me, and I still didn't realise that we had started something that might make it tearful ...

Glasgow Girls

A travel blog entry by hkk on Sep 20, 2010

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I woke on Monday morning with a frown on my face, worried that I would never be able to make it through to Friday. It's been a few weeks since I worked five days in a row, so the prospect was a little bit daunting. But when I thought about what I had coming up that weekend, I smiled and thought "it's not so bad, I can do it!", and got out of bed to start the daily routine - shower, breakfast, bus, train, train, walk, work, lunch, work, walk, train, train, ...

More Glasgow Adventures

A travel blog entry by bxbomberbabe on May 01, 2009

... until 1989, long after his death. Strangely enough, it is right next to the ski slope where I had my lessons for 6 weeks and I had simply not noticed it at all. Either I was *very* focused on the task at hand, or I'm completely oblivious. (I asked Lindsay and Katie if they had seen it, and they had no idea either, so at least it's not just me). When we got there, though, it was closed for a private function, so we left disappointed. We did, however, take a ...