Beersbridge Annex Guest House

Address: 150 Firhill Road, Glasgow, Scotland, G20 7BB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Keppochhill area of Glasgow, is near The Mackintosh House, Tenement House, Royal Troon, and Queen's Cross Church.
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    A travel blog entry by kimberlymorgan on Jul 08, 2015

    5 comments, 6 photos

    ... this point. We go to customer service and she said they cannot print it and remind us of the ridiculous fee to do so. She then redirects us to some computers way down the hall that we can print our passes. So we walk all the way there, pay £1 to log on and £1 to print and it only prints 1 of our passes. We put another £1 and it prints the same boarding pass. We put £2 in and it prints 2 copies of the same boarding pass. So now I have 4 boarding passes and Nate ...

    Edmonton To Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by kristineg on May 03, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... Thankfully someone helped us and before we knew it, we were on our way again.

    Nan met us at the Edinburgh airport. Scotland is not trying to impress us at all it would seem as it is raining and windy here.Jer and I are enjoying the rain here though. We'll take it over snow anyday.

    Nan lives in a quaint town called Bo'Ness and has a really beautiful house. She had a meeting to go to for a few hours, so Jer and ...

    Back to Glasgow - A Great City

    A travel blog entry by carsey53 on Sep 20, 2012

    11 photos

    I have visited Glasgow twice before and have been guided by friends and family but have never really seen this city as a tourist. Glasgow is Scotland's largest City with a rich and diverse 1400 year history as a religious community, salmon fishing village, a medieval university town and famed for its shipping and engineering. Have arranged to catch-up with Linda's sister Sandra. Weather has turned a little ...

    Pottering about in Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by fitchett on Apr 30, 2012

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... labelled Paninis, which despite its name, was thoroughly Scots. It didn't seem to matter what was ordered as potato crisps were served alongside salad which accompanied a toasted sandwich for Marion or David’s chilli con carne and actually tasted really good.

    After lunch we set off to try and find a laundromat: the map was more or less correct, but it took rather longer to get there than we had anticipated. When we ...

    ...creeps in this petty pace

    A travel blog entry by jacobusvii on Dec 28, 2010

    ... is no purpose or goal other than to experience the moment to moment reality of the journey.

    To suck the marrow from life. To live deliberately. To burn burn burn like a roman candle. To let go and enjoy the ride. Gone gone, gone beyond, gone altogether beyond.

    stillness, silence, perfection, emptiness.

    Then to be cast violently back into the murky dephs of absurdity, the nauseating monotomy and banality of normality. ...