No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Blythswood Square Glasgow
Travel Blogs from Glasgow
... Then, it has a pink and purple windowpane plaid. It’s fun yet formal at the same time and I’ve never seen anything like it so I had to get it! My description doesn’t do it justice and you’re probably imagining something very silly looking but trust me, it’s an exquisite coat and I’ve gotten so many compliments from strangers on the street when I wore it yesterday.
Day 3 was very laidback. I ...
... off to Glasgow for the orientation. A day that would consist of sitting on the floor for four hours and trying to slyly rub the pins and needles out of my feet, while also trying to mask the smell of my old shoes. Orientation is essentially designed to gently introduce Camp America to first timers and, if your lucky, meet other people going to your camp or state. I never met anyone going to Indiana, although a lovely girl was telling me she lived there for five years ...
... War Memorial, but there was a talk/demo starting as we finished the tour in a nearby banqueting hall, called "Trebuchets and Trickery." Just the word "trebuchet" caused Gray's ears to prick up so of course we went - there wasn't much about trebuchets, really, it was all about what medieval knights wore, but interesting nevertheless, and made much more so by Gray being the only volunteer to have all the knight's gear put on him. He took it all with his usual good grace and ...
... to a church and went and had a look. Europe/UK would be a fantastic place to come if you were religious. So many churches everywhere and so pretty. Then I walked along the river and came to a bridge and walked half way to take photos. Then I could see a spire so went I find it and stumbled on this little gallery with stamp pictures. It said to make one and leave it as part of the the artists work so I started to do one then the artist came in which was a bit ...
... But we did buy some stuff so we were happy.
We wanted to stay for some Beatrix potter figurines but they were lots 500 to 750and they were only up to 205 at 11am so we scampered.
Decided to see the sights of the city.
Our first stop was a hardware store or 'Emporium' - the Scottish word for hoarders store! The shop sold everything and everything was everywhere! Only enough space to make an aisle way to walk through with stuff piled everywhere. But we got an ...