Babbity Bowster

Address: 16-18 Blackfriars Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G1 1PE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Merchant City area of Glasgow, is near Sharmanka Gallery and Workshop, Paisley Museum and Art Galleries, Tolbooth Steeple, and City Walks.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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    Let the Adventure Begin!

    A travel blog entry by on Aug 08, 2015

    6 photos

    ... in the Highlands proved to be difficult. We were feeling rather unsuccessful, but had probably e-mailed over 100 places before finally turning out the light after 12:00 AM that morning. Our fingers were crossed that something would come along... Overall, a successful first day of our adventure! Our plan for tomorrow? Not to set any alarms; to do some more trip planning; and to check out the sights in Glasgow...hopefully without getting rained ...


    A travel blog entry by iancowden on Aug 14, 2014

    17 photos

    ... 5 parking spaces and they were all taken. so I parked on the street. As we had to move the car by 8am it made for an early start each morning. We had today for a drive through the Scottish lowlands and despite the weather being a bit hit and miss, it was a beautiful drive through the fern and heather covered hills. We drove to Loch Katrine and had morning tea at a lovely old stone building overlooking the jetty where a steam boat was about to sail up to the ...

    From the Far North to Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by pseudonym on Jun 13, 2014

    8 comments, 13 photos

    ... like Stonehenge. Formidáble! Our final stop was the Italian Church, built by Italian POWs. It was fantastic. Based on two nissen huts put together, it is a work of art. Literally. The walls are fully tiled or so it seemed. One has to touch the surface to realize that it’s all painted on! Everything but everything was built from whatever the Italians could lay their hands on. Wonderful visit. After we returned to camp we walked on the lovely beach, not at all stony ...

    Day 21 Scotland

    A travel blog entry by strawney61 on Jul 31, 2013

    6 photos

    ... o'clock we head to the pub for a few pints, the pints were a bargain £2.29. Meet the local boys, I had trouble understanding them, but we managed to have a lot of laughs with the boys. We would have stayed at the pub for dinner but this pub did not have a cooked meal, they suggested the Hollybrook bar & restaurant 5 minutes up the road. More beers a bottle of Chile red wine to start. Singa started with entree of black pudding & a pint, we all had ...

    The unexpected trip home...

    A travel blog entry by jentravels on May 30, 2013

    ... more tests will need to be done, but I am confident in their ability to get to the bottom of this and have no doubts in the excellence of our health care system. (Yeah, I'm actually serious. I didn't ever think I'd ever be praising the NHS so much either!) I'm not sure what is next on the agenda but definitely something within the next month, so watch this space! We will either return to South America to do the rest of our trip, or we might do something else... For now, over and ...