The Beardmore Hotel & Conference Centre

Beardmore Street, Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, Scotland, G81 4SA, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Clydebank

Underground Caving... WOW

A travel blog entry by jess416

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... be going into! So we all piled into the cave, very meticulously, as you had to navigate sideways for the most part and then hoist yourself up into the out cove. It was pretty cool to be in there until we had to get out. There was a very narrow way that you could go through which entailed going down backwards/sideways at first and then halfway down, switching around so that you're sitting on your butt and then turn yourself and laying on your back as you squeeze through a small ...

Strollin' Through Scotland

A travel blog entry by smtobey14

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... p.m. It was about a six hour train ride believe it or not; but it granted me some much needed time to write a paper for my 18th Century London class! Once i arrived in Scotland (and my paper was complete!), the group of us students were greeted by a man by the name of Michael who would soon be referred to as "Braveheart" due to his burly stature, long curly hair, thick Scottish accent, and kilt. Yes that's right, he wore a kilt all weekend like a true ...

From Motherwell to Lanark and back

A travel blog entry by dawnc

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... my jacket and umbrella could keep out. However, good luck intervened as a taxi was waiting, (apparently a rare occurrence) and I was delivered “home” only slightly damp.

Tomorrow morning I meet with a local family history enthusiast who will pick me up and take me to their centre in Carluke to see the Carnwath cemetery records - no burials in Forth, although it had two churches. Then I can catch a bus to Lanark and to Forth. Will I return by train? Not sure.
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Breasclete day 11-From Iron Age to Stripping

A travel blog entry by weecousins

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... shed my shoes and run along the beach. I tried to run in slow motion and wished I had long, blonde hair. Donna and Reena sat on the rocks while I waded through the white froth that the waves churned up. At first the water felt very cold, but after my feet were numb, it felt fine. We all hoped the tide would come in. There was a double bell (one on top of the other) sitting in the water just out from the shore. Reena said it was built by some art students. It was designed to flip over ...

Another madman encountered.

A travel blog entry by tomburden

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... started with a 10 mile or so downhill ride to the head of Loch Lomond. Our first stop was at ??? where we had a coffee true to form, Cheesey was accosted by another madman. A deranged fantasist who informed us in quick succession of the following: that he had lived with wild wolves in North America encouraged by his blood brother who was a native American, he had also lived with the Australian Aborigines. He claimed to have been dropped ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Beardmore Street, Clydebank, is near Buchanan Street, Xscape Braehead, S V Glenlee, and Clydebank Titan.
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